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== General Notes  ==
 
== General Notes  ==
  
*<u>'''This document is not finished yet!'''</u>
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*This document was populated from design meetings. Meeting notes are at [[EDT:Discussion topics from the language meetings]].
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*"N/S" means Not Supported. We may support N/S features in the future.
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*Anything that exists in RBD but isn't mentioned here is not included in EDT. Or maybe we forgot about it. Nobody's perfect.<br>
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*The work in the Core category includes the parser, model, and validation.<br>
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*The work in the JavaScript, Java, and Debug categories includes both the generator and runtime.<br>
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*Text <span style="background:#FFA500">with an orange background</span> shows differences in features supported by both EDT and RBD.
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*Features <span style="background:#FFFF00">with a yellow background</span> are planned for EDT 1.0, but not EDT 0.7.0.
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*'''Developers:''' include a link to Bugzilla for features not done yet, and mark items "Done" when you're finished.
  
*"N/S" means Not Supported.
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== Language Elements ==
*Anything that exists in RBD but isn't mentioned here is not included in EDT. Or maybe we forgot about it. Nobody's perfect.<br>
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*The work in the Core category includes the parser, model, and validation.<br>
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*The work in the JavaScript, Java, and Debug categories includes both the generator and runtime.<br>
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*'''Developers:''' include a link to Bugzilla for features not done yet, and mark items "Done" when you're finished.<br>
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*[[EDT:Discussion topics from the language meetings]]<br>
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== Table 1: Part Types ==
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*[[EDT:EGL Language Part Types]]
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*[[EDT:EGL Language Function Parameters]]
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*[[EDT:EGL Language Primitive Types]]
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*[[EDT:EGL Language Primitive Type Conversions]]
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*[[EDT:EGL Language System Types and Functions]]
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*[[EDT:EGL Language Statements]]
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*[[EDT:EGL Language Literals]]
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*[[EDT:EGL Language Operators and Expressions]]
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*[[EDT:EGL Language Stereotypes and Annotations]]
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*[[EDT:EGL Language Tests]]
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*[[EDT:EGL Language conversion]]
  
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'''Notes on Table 1'''<br>
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#In RBD a DataItem can only be used for primitive types.  In EDT it can be used for any type.
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#See also Table 2: Function Parameters.<br>
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#Interfaces can be implemented by services and handlers (every kind of "logic part" which can be instantiated).<br>
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#There are no called programs. Use libraries for "local calls" and services for "remote calls".<br>
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#We intend to support function overloading in all implementations, even JavaScript.<br>
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== Table 2: Function Parameters  ==
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'''Notes on Table 2'''<br>
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#The default parameter modifier is In for references and Inout for values.<br>
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== Table 3: Primitive Types  ==
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#Bytes with no length is a reference type with an immutable value of any length.<br>
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== Table 4: Statements  ==
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'''Notes on Table 4'''<br>
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#EDT won't support every variation of RBD's move statement. There will be support for '''move byName''', '''move for''', and '''move for all'''. A move statement without one of the additional keywords is only allowed between two references, and it results in the target being assigned a copy of the source's value. If/when we support structured records, we might not support '''move byName''' on them because of the complex (unclean) design.
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#EDT doesn't have called programs, but services and native programs can be called.
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#EDT's foreach statement will support iterating over an array.
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#Support for these statements is tentative, pending the design for JPA in EDT.
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== Table 5: Literals  ==
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|
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|
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|
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|
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|-
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| bgcolor="#cccccc" | ''char''
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|
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| N/S
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| N/S
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| N/S
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|-
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| bgcolor="#cccccc" | ''mbchar''
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|
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| N/S
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| N/S
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| N/S
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|-
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| bgcolor="#cccccc" | ''dbchar''
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|
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| N/S
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| N/S
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| N/S
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|-
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| bgcolor="#cccccc" | ''hex''
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|
+
| N/S
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| N/S
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| N/S
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|}
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'''Notes on Table 5'''<br>
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# As in RBD, there are four boolean literals: true false yes no
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# Integer literals have 1-32 digits, an optional leading sign, and no decimal point.  The type of the literal depends on the value.  If the value fits in a smallint, then the type is smallint.  If the value doesn't fit in a smallint but it does fit in an int, then the type is int.  Similarly for bigint.  If the value is too large for a bigint, then the type is decimal(X), where X is the number of digits in the value.
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# Fixed-decimal literals have 1-32 digits, an optional leading sign, and a decimal point.  At least one digit must follow the decimal point, but it's permissible to have no digits before the decimal point.  The type of a fixed-decimal literal is decimal(X,Y), where X is the total number of digits and Y is the number of digits to the right of the decimal point.
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# String literals are enclosed in double quotes.  An optional ux prefix may appear before the opening double quote.  The ux prefix means the string is defined as Unicode codepoints in hexadecimal.  For example "012" and ux"003000310032" have the same value.  The letters u and x may be in any case.
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# A bytes literal is written as 0x or 0X followed by an even number of hexadecimal digits.  For example 0x03AB is a literal whose type is bytes(2).
+
 
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== What's left... ==
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*Operators and expressions
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**result of errors in each case?
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**. (member access)
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**=
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**function invocation
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**new
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**{ } (set-values block)
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**@
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**[ ] (array access)
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**[ ] (dynamic access)
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**[ ] (substring), as L-value and R-value
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**as
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**isa
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**% * ** / %= *= **= /=
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**+ - (both binary and unary) += -=
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** :: ::=
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**?: ?:=
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**&& || And Or !
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**< > <= >= == !=
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**& | Xor &= |= Xor=
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**is/not systemType
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**is/not blanks, numeric
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**is/not trunc, cursor, data, modified
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**is/not IO error states
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**like
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**matches
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**in
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*Conversions
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**result of conversion errors?
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**defaultNumericFormat, defaultMoneyFormat, defaultTimestampFormat, defaultDateFormat, defaultTimeFormat
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**numeric to/from numeric
+
**string to/from numeric
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**string to/from boolean
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**string to/from byte
+
**string to/from timestamp
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**numeric to/from boolean
+
**numeric to/from byte
+
**numeric to/from timestamp
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**byte to/from boolean
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**byte to/from timestamp
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**boolean to/from timestamp
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*Stereotypes
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**program stereotypes
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***BasicProgram
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***UIProgram
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***TextUIProgram
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***VGWebTransaction
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**library stereotypes
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***BasicLibrary
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***NativeLibrary
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***RUIPropertiesLibrary
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**record stereotypes
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***BasicRecord
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***Exception
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***SQLRecord
+
***CSVRecord
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***DLISegment
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***PSBRecord
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***IndexedRecord
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***RelativeRecord
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***SerialRecord
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***MQRecord
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***ConsoleForm
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***VGUIRecord
+
**handler stereotypes
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***BasicHandler
+
***RUIHandler
+
***RUIWidget
+
***BirtHandler
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***JasperReport
+
***JSFHandler
+
**externaltype stereotypes
+
***NativeType
+
***JavaObject
+
***JavaScriptObject
+
***HostProgram
+
**datatable stereotypes...form stereotypes...
+
*Annotations (details TBD)
+
*Language compliance test (details TBD)
+
 
+
<br>
+

Latest revision as of 15:45, 24 October 2011

General Notes

  • This document was populated from design meetings. Meeting notes are at EDT:Discussion topics from the language meetings.
  • "N/S" means Not Supported. We may support N/S features in the future.
  • Anything that exists in RBD but isn't mentioned here is not included in EDT. Or maybe we forgot about it. Nobody's perfect.
  • The work in the Core category includes the parser, model, and validation.
  • The work in the JavaScript, Java, and Debug categories includes both the generator and runtime.
  • Text with an orange background shows differences in features supported by both EDT and RBD.
  • Features with a yellow background are planned for EDT 1.0, but not EDT 0.7.0.
  • Developers: include a link to Bugzilla for features not done yet, and mark items "Done" when you're finished.

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