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Condense your Python code with Symbolized Python!
Redhawk405

!p('Hello, everyone!')

Ever hate those REALLY LOMG scripts? Or do you just hate all the formatting?

Writing Python code in sybolized python shortens the code, as well as takes out alot of the formatting.

'Aliases' are symbols or short expressions that replace keywords, of which you can find a list in aliases.txt.

Thanks for reading and I hope you find this useful :-)!
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Ganesha1

amazing ive never seen anything lik e it!
you could probably sell this: "A language that transpiles into another language!!!1!"

MrVoo

You cooooould just do this...

Nice project though!

Redhawk405

@MrVoo Thanks! :-)

Redhawk405

@MrVoo I don't mean to contradict you, but I just tried it. I don't think that works, but thanks anyway for the input! I really do appreciate it!

ACTUALLY, it does....wierd!

Redhawk405

@MrVoo Ok...
so keywords like import, def, class, and input do not work, bu print does.

I wonder why...? :-)

MrVoo

@Redhawk405 Input shoulllllld work :P

NFadhlurrahman

@Redhawk405 print and input are built-in functions. You can use them just like normal function or normal variable.

import, def and class are keywords. You cannot treat them as normal function/variable.

Redhawk405

@NFadhlurrahman Ah! That makes perfect sense. Thanks for the help.
:-)