i’d prefer we all agree to stick with C’s bitwise vs. logical conventions.
so, re: NZ (yes, which is the same as NOT, which could also be !) is not the same as a bitwise not, which in C is ~
at this point there are no bitwise operators in teletype, unless you count LSH and RSH (which could be aliased to << and >>). i love bitwise ops truly, but the nomenclature will be tricky if there is demand for these.
we have logical AND and OR presently, both which are incredibly useful
new topic: renaming AT (previously mentioned AUTOTRIG functionality, where each script/input can basically become a metronome.) this feature is similar to an echo or repeat.
(paste from github discussion):
This idea seems great, however I’d like to critique the name, and chosen abbreviation AT. To me this reads as at, as in @ or ‘located at’. I considered ATR though ‘TR’ in teletype means the TR outputs, not the ‘SCRIPT’ input jacks. Also something more plain-english like forth’s AGAIN, though this more specifically refers to recursion and wouldn’t make sense when working across different scripts.
E for echo and
R for repeat are unused. a single letter might be good given it’ll be a somewhat primary function, similar to
M for metronome.