Array

In Halunke arrays are collections of objects. The objects do not need to be of the same class. Arrays are sorted. They are surrounded by square brackets. The items are separated by whitespace.

["a" 1 "b"]
[
  "a"
  5
]

It can answer to the following messages:

@ else

Looks up a value in the Array by index. If the index is out of bounds for the array, return the fallback value

Example:

([2 3 4] @ 1 else "NOT FOUND") /* => 3 */
([2 3 4] @ 3 else "NOT FOUND") /* => "NOT FOUND" */

=

Compares to arrays. If they have the same length and each item from the first array returns true on the = message for the according item from the second list, it returns true. Otherwise, it returns false. This can also be used to destructure an array.

Example:

(["a" 1] = ["a" 1]) /* => true */

(['a 2] = [1 2]) /* => true */
/* a is now 2 */

map

Calls the provided function for each element. Returns a new array of the same length with the results of the function calls.

Example:

([0 1 2] map { |'x| (x + 1) }) /* => [1 2 3] */

reduce with

Combines all elements of the array into a single element. The second argument is the initial value of the memo variable. The function will be called once for each of the elements. The first argument is the memo, the second the current element. The result of each iteration will be the memo for the next call. The final value of memo will be returned.

([1 2 3] reduce {|'memo 'el| (memo + el) } with 0)
/* => 6

find else

Calls the provided function for each element. Returns the first element for which the function returns true. If none of the calls returns true, it will return the fallback value.

Example:

(["a" "b" "c"] find { |'el| (el = "a") } else "not found")
/* => "a" */

to_s

This returns a string to represent the array in output.

Example:

([0 1 2] to_s) /* => "0\n1\n2" */

inspect

This returns a string to represent the array for debugging.

Example:

([0 1 2] inspect) /* => "[0 1 2]" */