Getting Started

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Where to start

  • You should have basic knowledge of Java and its class path system.
  • Download and install E
  • Read the Walnut - it is the most concise text on the E language and library.
  • Bookmark the ELib api
  • Either download the E source or open the e.jar (for example with unzip) and take a look around
  • Take a look at the file org.erights.e.elang.syntax/syntax-props-default.txt. It contains information about various language constructs not explained elsewhere at this point. Here is the file included in version 0.8.37b.
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