|It is an Impossible Programming Development Software product.|
|To program is impossible, anyway.|
Nothing is a simple programming language, based in the "Set Instance = Nothing" sentence of Visual Basic. It is one of the replacement suggested by programmers for VB6. The others are Parnassus (programming language), USELESS (Unappliccably Serious and Economically Less Enchanting Stupid Strings) and COMPLEX (Common Objects for Media Programming, with Light Environment eXpandible).
Hello World Example
String Is "Hello World" Print String Set String = Nothing Set Print = Nothing Set App = Nothing
Everything should be destroyed in an explicit way. It has Pascal-compatible templates. Example:
Pascal.InitBlock writeln("Hello World"); Pascal.EndBlock
It was created in order of make easier the migration path from VB Classic to Pascal.
You can download examples at www.nothingpl.org, and you can get free sources from www.nothingpl.org/sources.
It is very famous for being possible create eveen complex operating system with few sentences. It is the coding for the Hera Virtual Machine operating system.
Object Is Hera For Hera:ComplexOperatingSystemLib.CreateNew Hera.Run #ERROR Hera.Debug #SUCCESS MsgBox "Welcome to Hera Operating System" When not Hera Set Run = Nothing If Debug then Set Debug = Nothing Set Hera = Nothing(Object) Set MsgBox = Nothing Set When = Nothing Set Dim = Nothing set App= Nothing
It is so easy to program that it will replace Java in a short term.