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The compiler for the Z programming language - a procedural and functional language that transpiles to JavaScript. It integrates syntactic sugar like pattern matching, operator overloading, and macros while still remaining compatible with the existing JavaScript ecosystem.

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zcomp

The Z transpiler/interpreter

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A transpiled language that can be evaluated as a script (for testing) or transpiled to human-readable JS (for production code). Z supports modules, functions, closure, error handling, and many more features you would expect from a modern language. Is it ready for production code? I'd wait a few months before that.

ZComp

The Z Compiler (ZComp) can be installed with:

$ npm install -g @zlanguage/zcomp

Then, you should install the zstdlib (a runtime library):

$ npm install -g @zlanguage/zstdlib

Finally, navigate to the directory you're using Z in, and type:

$ npm install @zlanguage/zstdlib

This installs the Z standard library locally in just the paackage you need it for.

Use the Compiler

Transpile Z Code:

$ zcomp transpile [path of Z to transpile] [path of where to output the transpiled JS]

Run Z Code:

$ zcomp run [path of Z to run]

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The docs are on the offical Z Website.

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The compiler for the Z programming language - a procedural and functional language that transpiles to JavaScript. It integrates syntactic sugar like pattern matching, operator overloading, and macros while still remaining compatible with the existing JavaScript ecosystem.

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