Sorry, I meant what are the differences in the two languages not the two fruit basket examples.
Richard----- Original Message ----- From: "inthaneelf" <inthaneelf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Saturday, October 20, 2007 10:26 AM Subject: Re: Fruit basket program in Boo
well I can send you the fbd's in both for you to compare if you would like?the iron python one is up on the fruit basket demo site, and I have the boo one here. or you can use Jamal's link and the one on the fb site and get them yourself, besides, smile that's why there being made available, so one can compare them.take care, inthane. For Blind Programming assistance, Information, Useful Programs, and Links to Jamal Mazrui's Text tutorial packages and Applications, visit me at:To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Saturday, October 20, 2007 7:31 AM Subject: Re: Fruit basket program in BooHow does BOO compare with Iron Python? Other than the static typing vs dynamic typing.Richard----- Original Message ----- From: "Jamal Mazrui" <empower@xxxxxxxxx>To: <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Friday, October 19, 2007 8:22 PM Subject: Fruit basket program in BooFrom the zip archive at http://www.EmpowermentZone.com/boo_fruit.zip This fruit basket program is written in Boo -- Full source code in the zip archive and pasted below. The batch file compile.bat invokes the command-line compiler for this scripting language. The resulting executable, boo_fruit.exe, is about 12K in size. No other files are needed to run the program -- as long as the .NET Framework 2.0 is installed.Boo borrows syntax from Python, seeks to improve it, and combine strengthsof both static and dynamic languages. Its home page is at http://boo.codehaus.org Boo resources, including the interpreter, compiler, documentation, and examples are available from there. I am still learning Boo, but was able to produce a working program by converting the first C# fruit basket program I did via a web form available at http://codeconverter.sharpdevelop.net/Convert.aspx For comparison, the C# code is available in the file cs_fruit.cs. Jamal /* content of boo_fruit.boo Fruit Basket program in Boo Public domain by Jamal Mazrui */ namespace MyNamespace import System.Windows.Forms // define class inherited from Form public class MyForm(System.Windows.Forms.Form): private lblFruit as Label private txtFruit as TextBox private lblBasket as Label private lbBasket as ListBox private btnAdd as Button private btnDelete as Button public def constructor(): // define constructor // set window title self.Text = 'Fruit Basket' //this.Width = 328; self.Width = 400 self.Height = 285 // create two rows of controls with three controls in each row // label, textbox, button and label, listbox, button lblFruit = Label() lblFruit.Text = '&Fruit:' lblFruit.Left = 14 lblFruit.Top = 14 lblFruit.Width = 44 lblFruit.Height = 16 txtFruit = TextBox() txtFruit.Left = 64 txtFruit.Top = 14 txtFruit.Width = 200 txtFruit.Height = 16 btnAdd = Button() btnAdd.Text = '&Add' btnAdd.Left = 272 btnAdd.Top = 14 btnAdd.Width = 100 btnAdd.Height = 20 // make it the default button self.AcceptButton = btnAdd btnAdd.Click += self.OnAddClick lblBasket = Label() lblBasket.Text = '&Basket:' lblBasket.Left = 14 lblBasket.Top = 38 lblBasket.Width = 44 lblBasket.Height = 16 lbBasket = ListBox() lbBasket.Left = 64 lbBasket.Top = 38 lbBasket.Width = 200 lbBasket.Height = 200 btnDelete = Button() btnDelete.Text = '&Delete' btnDelete.Left = 272 btnDelete.Top = 38 btnDelete.Width = 100 btnDelete.Height = 20 btnDelete.Click += self.OnDeleteClick // add controls to form self.Controls.Add(lblFruit) self.Controls.Add(txtFruit) self.Controls.Add(btnAdd) self.Controls.Add(lblBasket) self.Controls.Add(lbBasket) self.Controls.Add(btnDelete) // center form on screen self.StartPosition = FormStartPosition.CenterScreen // define event handlers for add and delete buttons protected def OnAddClick(sender as object, e as System.EventArgs): sFruit as string sFruit = txtFruit.Text if sFruit == '': MessageBox.Show('No fruit to add.', 'Alert') else: lbBasket.Items.Add(sFruit) txtFruit.Text = '' lbBasket.SelectedIndex = (lbBasket.Items.Count - 1) txtFruit.Focus() protected def OnDeleteClick(sender as object, e as System.EventArgs): iFruit as int iFruit = lbBasket.SelectedIndex if iFruit == (-1): MessageBox.Show('No fruit to delete.', 'Alert') else: lbBasket.Items.RemoveAt(iFruit) if iFruit > (lbBasket.Items.Count - 1): iFruit = (lbBasket.Items.Count - 1) lbBasket.SelectedIndex = iFruit lbBasket.Focus() // define main entry point of application public static def Main(): Application.Run(MyForm()) MyForm.Main() //End of program __________ View the list's information and change your settings at http://www.freelists.org/list/programmingblind__________View the list's information and change your settings at http://www.freelists.org/list/programmingblind__________View the list's information and change your settings at http://www.freelists.org/list/programmingblind
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