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Execute HQ9+/Ursala

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Execute HQ9+/Ursala is part of RCHQ9+. You may find other members of RCHQ9+ at Category:RCHQ9+.
Execute HQ9+/Ursala is an implementation of HQ9+. Other implementations of HQ9+.

In this Ursala program, there are the following constraints:

  • Unrecognized operators or a missing input file cause diagnostic messages.
  • Since the accumulator is unreadable and has no operational consequences, its value isn't stored.
  • A line break at the end of the file, if any, is ignored.
#import std                     
#import nat
quantity = ~&iNC+ --' of beer'+ ~&?(
1?=/'1 bottle'! --' bottles'+ ~&h+ %nP,
'no more bottles'!)
verse =
^(successor,~&); ("s","n"). -[
-[quantity "s"]- on the wall, -[quantity "s"]-,
Take one down and pass it around, -[quantity "n"]- on the wall.]-
refrain "n" =
No more bottles of beer on the wall, -[quantity 0]-.
Go to the store and buy some more, -[quantity "n"]- on the wall.]-
whole_song "n" = ~&ittt2BSSL (verse*x iota "n")--<refrain "n">
#executable ('parameterized','')
rchq =
<.file$[contents: --<''>]>+ -+
*= case~&r (
{`h: -[Hello, World!]-!,`9: whole_song99!,`+: <>!,`q: ~&l},
 % <.'unrecognized operator: '--+ ~&rNC>),
~command.files; ~&itZB?/~&h.contents.&iziyQBLD <'usage: rchq [file]'>!%+-