The best way to learn how to write is by trying to imitate the best thigs you’ve read. These tutorials encourage you to learn Dallycot by imitating what you read here.
The tutorials use
dallycot in its interactive and execution modes. Each part of a tutorial will let you know which mode it expects you to use.
When using the interactive mode,
dallycot will run a startup script to set up initial parameters. The tutorials assume you have the following in your
uses "http://www.dallycot.net/ns/core/1.0#"; uses "http://www.dallycot.net/ns/linguistics/1.0#"; uses "http://www.dallycot.net/ns/math/1.0#"; uses "http://www.dallycot.net/ns/streams/1.0#"; uses "http://www.dallycot.net/ns/strings/1.0#";
Interactive mode will automatically add the command line interface library to this list.
|Normal text||Tutorial narrative and explanitory text|
||Code fragments or blocks; variable, program, or function names|
||Text you enter at a command prompt|
||Result of running a command in