CREATE A Function
Type/Class/Method/Function: are implemented in First Letter Capitalized yet you can use all caps if you want.
VOID CREATE X()[ DISPLAY[Greeting] ]
Call A Function
CREATE an Instance of a... Class
NEW: To implement a NEW instance of a class, you must use the NEW keyword. In this example NEW will create a new instance of the "X" class and name it "X2".
NEW X2 X()
RIDE and CREATE an Instance of... Class with Parameters
You can also use the RIDE keyword to create a new instance of a class that implements the RIDEABLE interface. This will allow you to create a new instance of a class that implements the RIDEABLE interface for overwriting classes a type of INHERITANCE/POLYMORPHISM paradigm.
Convention: Parameters All-Lower case.
RIDE NEW X2 X(STRING string, INTEGER int)[ DISPLAY[string] DISPLAY[int] ]
Convention: Can pass variable arguments.
GRAB to ITERARATE through an INDEX
GRAB Greeting IN Greetings[ DISPLAY[Greeting] ]
#Prints "Hello!" #Prints "Hey" #Prints "Hi"