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== Beiträge, die die Anforderungen erfüllen ==
 
== Beiträge, die die Anforderungen erfüllen ==
  
<pre>
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<syntaxhighlight lang="ruby">
 
#!/usr/bin/env ruby
 
#!/usr/bin/env ruby
  
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   puts "flo#{i} == \"" + eval("flo#{i}") + "\""
 
   puts "flo#{i} == \"" + eval("flo#{i}") + "\""
 
end
 
end
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
  
 
Dieses Perl (*duck*) kann ja keiner lesen!<span id="footref1">[[#footnote1|<sup><small>1)</small></sup>]]</span> Daher:
 
Dieses Perl (*duck*) kann ja keiner lesen!<span id="footref1">[[#footnote1|<sup><small>1)</small></sup>]]</span> Daher:
 
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|<syntaxhighlight lang="perl">
 
(eval-when (:compile-toplevel :load-toplevel :execute)
 
(eval-when (:compile-toplevel :load-toplevel :execute)
 
   (defvar *flo-sequence* #("dividuum" "syb" "fiji" "flowhase" "florolf" "FlorianJW")))
 
   (defvar *flo-sequence* #("dividuum" "syb" "fiji" "flowhase" "florolf" "FlorianJW")))
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(dotimes (i 5)
 
(dotimes (i 5)
 
     (format t "~&flo~d = ~a" i (eval (read-from-string (format nil "*flo~d*" i)))))
 
     (format t "~&flo~d = ~a" i (eval (read-from-string (format nil "*flo~d*" i)))))
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Dreckiges C:
 
Dreckiges C:
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<syntaxhighlight lang="c">
 
#include <stdio.h>
 
#include <stdio.h>
 
#include <stdlib.h>
 
#include <stdlib.h>
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         return 0;
 
         return 0;
 
}
 
}
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
  
 
Nu aber wirklich noch in Perl:
 
Nu aber wirklich noch in Perl:
  
<pre>
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<syntaxhighlight lang="perl">
 
#!/usr/bin/perl
 
#!/usr/bin/perl
  
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   print "\$flo$i eq \"" . eval("\$flo$i") . "\"\n";
 
   print "\$flo$i eq \"" . eval("\$flo$i") . "\"\n";
 
}
 
}
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
 
Perl:
 
Perl:
  
<pre>
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<syntaxhighlight lang="perl">
 
#!/usr/bin/perl
 
#!/usr/bin/perl
  
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   print "\$flo$i eq \"" . ${"flo$i"} . "\"\n";
 
   print "\$flo$i eq \"" . ${"flo$i"} . "\"\n";
 
}
 
}
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
 
PHP:
 
PHP:
  
<pre>
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<syntaxhighlight lang="php">
 
<?php
 
<?php
 
$flo = array( "dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW" );
 
$flo = array( "dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW" );
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}
 
}
 
?>
 
?>
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
  
 
Gute alte Bash:
 
Gute alte Bash:
  
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<syntaxhighlight lang="bash">
 
#!/bin/sh
 
#!/bin/sh
  
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   n=$(($n+1))
 
   n=$(($n+1))
 
done
 
done
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
  
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<pre>
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<syntaxhighlight lang="php">
 
<?php
 
<?php
 
$flo = array( "dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW" );
 
$flo = array( "dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW" );
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system("xsltproc flo.xslt flo.xml | grep -v xml");
 
system("xsltproc flo.xslt flo.xml | grep -v xml");
 
?>
 
?>
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</syntaxhighlight>
 
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Noch einmal in Ruby:
 
Noch einmal in Ruby:
  
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<syntaxhighlight lang="ruby">
 
#!/usr/bin/env ruby
 
#!/usr/bin/env ruby
  
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   puts "flo#{i} = #{instance_variable_get "@flo#{i}"}"
 
   puts "flo#{i} = #{instance_variable_get "@flo#{i}"}"
 
end
 
end
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
 
'cause JavaScript rocks:
 
'cause JavaScript rocks:
<pre>
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<syntaxhighlight lang="JavaScript">
 
flo = new Array("dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW");
 
flo = new Array("dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW");
 
for (i in flo) {
 
for (i in flo) {
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   dump("flo"+i+" == "+eval("flo"+i)+"\n");
 
   dump("flo"+i+" == "+eval("flo"+i)+"\n");
 
}
 
}
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
 
Wir moegen Lua:
 
Wir moegen Lua:
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<syntaxhighlight lang="lua">
 
#include <lua.h>
 
#include <lua.h>
 
#include <lualib.h>
 
#include <lualib.h>
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         luaL_dostring(L, buf);
 
         luaL_dostring(L, buf);
 
}
 
}
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
 
C++11:
 
C++11:
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<syntaxhighlight lang="c">
 
#include <vector>
 
#include <vector>
 
#include <string>
 
#include <string>
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return 0;
 
return 0;
 
}
 
}
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
 
== Bloatiger Angebercode, der auch noch etwas völlig anderes macht ==
 
== Bloatiger Angebercode, der auch noch etwas völlig anderes macht ==
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|<syntaxhighlight lang="ruby">
 
(defclass flo ()
 
(defclass flo ()
 
   ((name :initarg :name :reader flo-name)
 
   ((name :initarg :name :reader flo-name)
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   (dolist (flo flos)
 
   (dolist (flo flos)
 
     (print flo)))
 
     (print flo)))
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== Ru^W Objektorientiertes C ==
 
== Ru^W Objektorientiertes C ==
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<syntaxhighlight lang="c">
 
// Das aendern:
 
// Das aendern:
 
#include "/usr/local/lib/ruby/1.8/i386-freebsd5/ruby.h"
 
#include "/usr/local/lib/ruby/1.8/i386-freebsd5/ruby.h"
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         return(0);
 
         return(0);
 
}
 
}
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
 
== Die Enterprise-Loesung ==
 
== Die Enterprise-Loesung ==
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Das Schlimmste aus beiden Welten.
 
Das Schlimmste aus beiden Welten.
  
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<syntaxhighlight lang="diff">
 
#include <stdlib.h>
 
#include <stdlib.h>
 
#include <stdio.h>
 
#include <stdio.h>
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return EXIT_SUCCESS;
 
return EXIT_SUCCESS;
 
}
 
}
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
 
== Fußnoten ==
 
== Fußnoten ==
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Stimmt doch gar nicht! Ist ganz einfach:
 
Stimmt doch gar nicht! Ist ganz einfach:
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<syntaxhighlight lang="perl">
 
map printf("%s = %s\n", [flo0..flo5]->[$_], [dividuum, syb, fiji, flowhase, florolf, FlorianJW]->[$_]), 0..$#{@{[flo0..flo5]}};
 
map printf("%s = %s\n", [flo0..flo5]->[$_], [dividuum, syb, fiji, flowhase, florolf, FlorianJW]->[$_]), 0..$#{@{[flo0..flo5]}};
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</syntaxhighlight>
 
(Kommentar von [[Benutzer:Mgr|mgr]]: Genau, "0..$#{@{[flo0..flo5]}}" ... q.e.d. Danke für das gute Beispiel.
 
(Kommentar von [[Benutzer:Mgr|mgr]]: Genau, "0..$#{@{[flo0..flo5]}}" ... q.e.d. Danke für das gute Beispiel.
 
Aber ernsthaft, es ging hier eben gerade *nicht* um Einzeiler, die will niemand.)
 
Aber ernsthaft, es ging hier eben gerade *nicht* um Einzeiler, die will niemand.)
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Und auch in python kann man Einzeiler schreiben:
 
Und auch in python kann man Einzeiler schreiben:
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<syntaxhighlight lang="python">
 
print "\n".join(["%s = %s" % (k, v) for k, v in {"flo0":"dividuum", "flo1":"syb", "flo2":"fiji", "flo3":"flowhase","flo4":"florolf", "flo5":"FlorianJW"}.items()])
 
print "\n".join(["%s = %s" % (k, v) for k, v in {"flo0":"dividuum", "flo1":"syb", "flo2":"fiji", "flo3":"flowhase","flo4":"florolf", "flo5":"FlorianJW"}.items()])
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</syntaxhighlight>
  
 
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Version vom 22. Februar 2013, 14:03 Uhr

Qsicon Ueberarbeiten.png Wir weisen darauf hin, dass möglicherweise nicht alle Beiträge den Anforderungen genügen. Die Anforderungen sind: Flos sind in Liste "flo" gespeichert, zur Ausführ- oder Compilierzeit werden durch den Code einzelne flo0, flo1, flo2, flo3 Variablen angelegt, die später dann auch zur Ausgabe verwendet werden.
 Wir sind die Flo, Widerstand ist zwecklos!

Beiträge, die die Anforderungen erfüllen

#!/usr/bin/env ruby
 
flo = [ "dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW" ]
 
# flos sind keine arrayss1!
for i in 0..flo.size-1
  eval "flo#{i} = flo[#{i}]"
  puts "flo#{i} == \"" + eval("flo#{i}") + "\""
end


Dieses Perl (*duck*) kann ja keiner lesen!1) Daher:

(eval-when (:compile-toplevel :load-toplevel :execute)
  (defvar *flo-sequence* #("dividuum" "syb" "fiji" "flowhase" "florolf" "FlorianJW")))
 
(defmacro make-individual-flo-variables ()
  (cons 'progn
        (loop for flo across *flo-sequence*
              for i from 0
              collect `(defvar ,(read-from-string (format nil "*flo~d*" i)) ,flo))))
 
(make-individual-flo-variables)
 
(dotimes (i 5)
    (format t "~&flo~d = ~a" i (eval (read-from-string (format nil "*flo~d*" i)))))
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Dreckiges C:

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <unistd.h>
const int flolen = 6;
static const char *flos[] = {"dividuum","syb","fiji","flowhase","florolf", "FlorianJW"};
static const char *proghead = "#include <stdio.h>\nint main(void){\n";
static const char *progend =  "  return(0);\n}\n";
int main(void){
        int i; FILE *o;
        o=fopen("flo2.c","w");
        fputs(proghead,o);
        for(i=0;i<flolen;i++){
                fprintf(o,"  char *flo%d = \"%s\";\n",i,flos[i]);
                fprintf(o,"  printf(\"flo%%d ist %%s\\n\",%d,flo%d);\n",i,i); }
        fputs(progend,o);
        fclose(o);
        system("/usr/bin/gcc -o flos flo2.c;./flos;rm -f flo2.c flos");
        return 0;
}


Nu aber wirklich noch in Perl:

#!/usr/bin/perl
 
@flo = ( "dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW" );
 
for $i (0..$#flo) {
  eval "\$flo$i = \$flo\[$i\]";
  print "\$flo$i eq \"" . eval("\$flo$i") . "\"\n";
}

Perl:

#!/usr/bin/perl
 
@flo = ( "dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW" );
 
for $i (0..$#flo) {
  ${"flo$i"} = $flo[$i];
  print "\$flo$i eq \"" . ${"flo$i"} . "\"\n";
}

PHP:

<?php
$flo = array( "dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW" );
 
foreach ($flo as $i => $x) {
  ${"flo$i"} = $flo[$i];
  echo "\$flo$i = \"" . ${"flo$i"} . "\"\n";
}
?>


Gute alte Bash:

#!/bin/sh
 
flo="dividuum syb fiji flowhase florolf FlorianJW"
 
n=0
for f in $flo
do
  eval flo$n=$f
  echo -n "flo$n == "
  eval echo \$flo$n
  n=$(($n+1))
done


Realisiert in PHP, Lisp, Perl, XML, Bash und XSLT und immernoch kürzer als die C-Version:

<?php
$flo = array( "dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW" );
 
$l = fopen("flo.lisp", "w"); $p = fopen("flo.pl", "w");
fwrite($l, '(progn (format t "~a" "<flo>")');
fwrite($p,'
print <<EOF
  <xsl:stylesheet version="1.0"
                  xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"
                  xmlns="http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/strict">
  <xsl:template match="/">');
    for($i=0;$i<count($flo);$i++) {
      fwrite($l, "(format t \"~a~a~a\" \"<flo$i>\" \"$flo[$i]\" \"</flo$i>\")");
      fwrite($p, "flo$i == <xsl:value-of select=\"flo/flo$i\"/>\n");
    }
    fwrite($l, '(format t "~a" "</flo>"))');
    fwrite($p,'
  </xsl:template>
  </xsl:stylesheet>
EOF'."\n");
fclose($l); fclose($p);
system("sbcl --noinform --load flo.lisp --eval '(quit)' > flo.xml");
system("perl flo.pl > flo.xslt");
system("xsltproc flo.xslt flo.xml | grep -v xml");
?>

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Noch einmal in Ruby:

#!/usr/bin/env ruby
 
flo = [ "dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW" ]
 
# flos sind keine arrayss1!
flo.each_with_index do | f, i |
  instance_variable_set "@flo#{i}", f
  puts "flo#{i} = #{instance_variable_get "@flo#{i}"}"
end

'cause JavaScript rocks:

flo = new Array("dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW");
for (i in flo) {
  eval("flo"+i+" = flo["+i+"]");
  dump("flo"+i+" == "+eval("flo"+i)+"\n");
}

Wir moegen Lua:

#include <lua.h>
#include <lualib.h>
#include <lauxlib.h>
 
lua_State *L;
 
char *flos[] = {"dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW"};
char buf[1024];
 
void main() {
        char *p;
        int i;
 
        L = luaL_newstate();
        luaL_openlibs(L);
 
        for(i=0; i < 6; i++) {
                sprintf(buf, "flo%d", i);
                lua_pushstring(L, flos[i]);
                lua_setglobal(L, buf);
        }
 
        p=buf;
        for(i=0; i < 6; i++)
                p += sprintf(p, "print(\"flo%d = \" .. flo%d);", i, i);
 
        luaL_dostring(L, buf);
}

C++11:

#include <vector>
#include <string>
#include <cstdlib>
#include <fstream>
 
using namespace std;
 
int main(){
	vector<string> flo={"dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW"};
	ofstream cpp_2("cpp_2.cpp");
	cpp_2<<"#include <iostream>\n#include <string> \nusing namespace std;\nint main(){\n";
	for(int i=0;i<flo.size();++i){
		cpp_2<<"\tstring flo"<<i<<" =\""<<flo[i]<<"\";\n";
	}
	cpp_2<<"\tcout\n";
	for(int i=0;i<flo.size();++i){
		cpp_2<<"\t\t<<flo"<<i;
		if(i+1==flo.size()){
			cpp_2<<"<<endl;\n";
		}
		else{
			cpp_2<<"<<\", \"\n";
		}
 
	}
	cpp_2<<"}"<<endl;
	cpp_2.close();
	system("g++ cpp_2.cpp -o cpp_2; ./cpp_2");
	return 0;
}

Bloatiger Angebercode, der auch noch etwas völlig anderes macht

Und nochmal das, was das Ruby-Programm "mit viel bloatigem Metaprogramming-Foo" macht, allerdings wiederum in Common Lisp gegossen:
(Warnung: (Zumindest) als Lispprogramm ist dieses Beispiel ziemlich unsinning, und z.B. die PRINT-OBJECT-Methode widerspricht der gängigen Konvention.)

(defclass flo ()
  ((name :initarg :name :reader flo-name)
   (skill :initarg :skill :reader flo-skill)
   (notebook :initarg :notebook :reader flo-notebook)))
 
(defun slot-value-or-something (object &key (slot 'name) (something "without name"))
  (if (slot-boundp object slot)
      (slot-value object slot)
      something))
 
(defmethod print-object ((flo flo) stream)
  (format stream "~&~a is actually ~a and is good at ~a.~&He loves hacking on his ~a."
          (class-name (class-of flo))
          (slot-value-or-something flo)
          (slot-value-or-something flo :slot 'skill    :something "nothing")
          (slot-value-or-something flo :slot 'notebook :something "dulcimer")))
 
(defmacro def-flo-class (class-name &key name skill notebook)
  (macrolet ((make-slot-def (name)
               `(when ,name
                  `(,',name :initform ,,name))))
  `(defclass ,class-name (flo)
     ,(remove nil (list
                   (make-slot-def name)
                   (make-slot-def skill)
                   (make-slot-def notebook))))))
 
(def-flo-class |Flo0|
    :name "dividuum"
    :skill "DOOM"
    :notebook "old Dell")
 
(def-flo-class |Flo1|
    :name "Peter"
    :skill "math"
    :notebook "IBM Thinkpad")
 
(def-flo-class |Flo2|
    :name "Fiji"
    :skill "WOW"
    :notebook "I-have-no-idea")
 
(def-flo-class |Flo3|
    :name "flohase"
    :skill "hoppeln"
    :notebook "hasIbook")
 
(def-flo-class |Flo4|
    :name "florolf"
    :skill "konfusion"
    :notebook "Thinkpad")
 
(def-flo-class |Flo5|
    :name "FlorianJW"
    :skill "pirat"
    :notebook "I-have-no-idea")
 
 
(let ((flos (list (make-instance '|Flo0|)
                  (make-instance '|Flo1|)
                  (make-instance '|Flo2|)
                  (make-instance '|Flo3|)
                  (make-instance '|Flo4|)
                  (make-instance '|Flo5|))))
  (dolist (flo flos)
    (print flo)))
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Ru^W Objektorientiertes C

// Das aendern:
#include "/usr/local/lib/ruby/1.8/i386-freebsd5/ruby.h"
 
VALUE flo_init(VALUE self)
{
        char *flo[] = {"dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW"};
        int i;
 
        for(i = 0; i < 6; i++)
        {
                char varname[7];
                sprintf(varname, "@flo%i", i);  // Insecure!
                rb_iv_set(self, varname, rb_str_new2(flo[i]));
        }
}
 
VALUE flo_each(VALUE self)
{
        int i;
        VALUE vars = rb_funcall(self, rb_intern("instance_variables"), 0);
        VALUE varname = rb_ary_shift(vars);
 
        while(varname != Qnil)
        {
                rb_yield(rb_ary_new3(2, varname, rb_iv_get(self, RSTRING(varname)->ptr)));
                varname = rb_ary_shift(vars);
        }
 
        return(Qnil);
}
 
int main()
{
        VALUE flo;
 
        ruby_init();
 
        flo = rb_define_class("Flo", rb_cObject);
        rb_define_method(flo, "initialize", flo_init, 0);
        rb_define_method(flo, "each", flo_each, 0);
 
        rb_eval_string("Flo.new.each { |name,value| puts \"#{name.gsub(/^@/, '')} = #{value}\" }");
 
        return(0);
}

Die Enterprise-Loesung

Das Schlimmste aus beiden Welten.

#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include <string.h>
 
#include <jni.h>
 
const char *flos[] = { "dividuum", "syb", "fiji", "flowhase", "florolf", "FlorianJW" };
const int n_flos = sizeof(flos)/sizeof(char*);
 
unsigned char class[] = {
	0xca, 0xfe, 0xba, 0xbe,
	0x00, 0x00,
	0x00, 0x33,
	0, 0,
	0x01, 0x00, 16, 'j', 'a', 'v', 'a', '/', 'l', 'a', 'n', 'g', '/', 'O', 'b', 'j', 'e', 'c', 't',
	0x01, 0x00, 4, 'F', 'l', 'o', 's',
	0x01, 0x00, 18, 'L', 'j', 'a', 'v', 'a', '/', 'l', 'a', 'n', 'g', '/', 'S', 't', 'r', 'i', 'n', 'g', ';',
	0x01, 0x00, 6, '<', 'i', 'n', 'i', 't', '>',
	0x01, 0x00, 3, '(', ')', 'V',
	0x07, 0, 1,
	0x07, 0, 2,
	0x0C, 0, 4, 0, 5,
	0x0A, 0, 6, 0, 8,
	0x01, 0x00, 4, 'C', 'o', 'd', 'e',
};
 
int cp_i = 11;
FILE *cout;
 
void fputc16(uint16_t in, FILE *out) {
	fputc(in >> 8, out); fputc(in & 0xFF, out);
}
 
uint16_t add_utf8(const char *string) {
	size_t len = strlen(string);
 
	fputc(0x01, cout);
	fputc16(len, cout);
 
	fputs(string, cout);
 
	return cp_i++;
}
 
uint16_t add_string(const char *string) {
	uint16_t utf8 = add_utf8(string);
 
	fputc(0x08, cout);
	fputc16(utf8, cout);
	return cp_i++;
}
 
uint16_t add_name_and_type(const char *name, uint16_t type) {
	uint16_t namei = add_utf8(name);
 
	fputc(0x0C, cout);
	fputc16(namei, cout);
	fputc16(type, cout);
 
	return cp_i++;
}
 
uint16_t add_field(uint16_t class, const char *name, uint16_t type) {
	int nat = add_name_and_type(name, type);
 
	fputc(0x09, cout);
	fputc16(class, cout);
	fputc16(nat, cout);
 
	return cp_i++;
}
 
void make_flontainer(void) {
	cout = fopen("Flos.class", "w");
 
	class[9] = 1 + 10 + 5 * n_flos;
 
	for(int i = 0; i < sizeof(class); i++) {
		fputc(class[i], cout);
	}
 
	for(int i = 0; i < n_flos; i++) {
		int ref;
 
		char varbuf[16];
		snprintf(varbuf, 16, "flo%u", i);
		add_field(7, varbuf, 3);
 
		add_string(flos[i]);
	}
 
	fputc16(0x0001, cout);
	fputc16(0x0007, cout);
	fputc16(0x0006, cout);
 
	fputc16(0, cout);
 
	fputc16(n_flos, cout);
	for(int i = 0; i < n_flos; i++) {
		fputc16(0x0001, cout);
		fputc16(11 + i * 5, cout);
		fputc16(3, cout);
		fputc16(0, cout);
	}
 
	fputc16(1, cout);
	fputc16(0x0001, cout);
	fputc16(4, cout);
	fputc16(5, cout);
	fputc16(1, cout);
	fputc16(10, cout);
	fputc16(0, cout);
	fputc16(17 + n_flos * 6, cout);
	fputc16(2, cout);
	fputc16(1, cout);
	fputc16(0, cout);
	fputc16(5 + n_flos * 6, cout);
	fputc(0x2A, cout);
	fputc(0xB7, cout); fputc16(0x0009, cout);
	for(int i = 0; i < n_flos; i++) {
		fputc(0x2A, cout);
		fputc(0x12, cout); fputc(15 + 5 * i, cout);
		fputc(0xB5, cout); fputc16(13 + 5 * i, cout);
	}
	fputc(0xB1, cout);
 
	fputc16(0, cout);
	fputc16(0, cout);
 
	fputc16(0, cout);
 
	fclose(cout);
}
 
const char *printer = "\
import java.lang.reflect.Field;\n\
\n\
public class Printer {\n\
	public static void print() throws Exception {\n\
		Flos floContainer = new Flos();\n\
		Field[] flos = floContainer.getClass().getFields();\n\
\n\
		for(Field flo : flos) {\n\
			System.out.println(flo.getName() + \": \" + flo.get(floContainer));\n\
		}\n\
	}\n\
}\n";
 
void make_printer(void) {
	FILE *out = fopen("Printer.java", "w");
	fputs(printer, out);
	fclose(out);
 
	system("javac Printer.java");
}
 
void print_flos(void) {
	JNIEnv *env;
	JavaVMInitArgs args;
 
	memset(&args, 0, sizeof(JavaVMInitArgs));
	args.version = JNI_VERSION_1_6;
 
	JavaVM *jvm;
	JNI_CreateJavaVM(&jvm, (void**)&env, &args);
 
	jclass printer = (*env)->FindClass(env, "Printer");
	jmethodID print = (*env)->GetStaticMethodID(env, printer, "print", "()V");
	(*env)->CallStaticVoidMethod(env, printer, print);
}
 
int main(void) {
	make_flontainer();
	make_printer();
	print_flos();
 
	return EXIT_SUCCESS;
}

Fußnoten

1) Anmerkung zu: "Dieses Perl (*duck*) kann ja keiner lesen!"

Stimmt doch gar nicht! Ist ganz einfach:

map printf("%s = %s\n", [flo0..flo5]->[$_], [dividuum, syb, fiji, flowhase, florolf, FlorianJW]->[$_]), 0..$#{@{[flo0..flo5]}};

(Kommentar von mgr: Genau, "0..$#{@{[flo0..flo5]}}" ... q.e.d. Danke für das gute Beispiel. Aber ernsthaft, es ging hier eben gerade *nicht* um Einzeiler, die will niemand.)


Und auch in python kann man Einzeiler schreiben:

print "\n".join(["%s = %s" % (k, v) for k, v in {"flo0":"dividuum", "flo1":"syb", "flo2":"fiji", "flo3":"flowhase","flo4":"florolf", "flo5":"FlorianJW"}.items()])