SEE THE PILOT IN ACTION
Note: the file will download in zipped format. You will need to unzip it before running the program.
The customary "Hello World!" program that writes the infamous string to screen.
Request a given string of characters (up to 1000 characters in length) from the user and write the reversed text to screen.
Request n number of terms (from 1 to 40, inclusive) from the user and write the Fibonacci sequence of the first n numbers to screen. (Behaviour is undefined when the user input is outside bounds.)
GUIDE FOR NEW USERS
For newcomers, the guide below will have you up and running as an emergent coder in no time.
All you need to know to get started as an emergent coder.
Know what you want
How to identify the program you want to build.
How to find suppliers to build you that program.
How to express your program requirements.
Build and Run
How to build, download and run up your program.
AN INTERACTIVE TOUR OF EMERGENT CODING
An interactive introduction to emergent coding in four sections which shows you how to use the Pilot to design and construct programs. Each section concludes with a few exercises so you can practice what you've learned.
How the tour works, the purpose of the tour and what you can expect.
How to design your program to include basics such as functions, variables, constants etc, as well as designing the commandline interface.
How to design program flow, looping constructs, conditional statements etc.
How to design programs that manipulate composite data structures such as maps, lists and queues.
How to design state machines to parse data.
- Example expressions - Example Pilot expressions for small programs, created by other users.
- Valley standards - Documented committee types used by agents, classified by layer.
- Web client features - Details about Valley and Pilot features.
- FAQ - Comprehensive list of frequently asked questions about emergent coding.
- Glossary - Comprehensive list of emergent coding terminology.