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Interpreters built in Go
9 projects | reddit.com/r/golang | 9 Jun 2022
For practical start, see this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JiViND-bpmw It explain one particular type of parser type that is quite easy to grasp and fun to write. Also look on some libraries that deliver "expression executors" - these are in fact small interpreted languages and can give you plenty of examples. Classic one (though currently unmaintaines I think) is: https://github.com/PaesslerAG/gval but there are plenty more, just google for them. On my last words, this is very enjoyable part of programming but it requires much learning so be patient and have fun!
My first open-source project looking for feedback
2 projects | reddit.com/r/golang | 26 May 2022
There is a nice lib that let you write much more compact expressions https://github.com/PaesslerAG/gval I'm using this lib for evaluating expressions in a small BPMN engine. At least your solution is missing a context, functions and data to work on. But trying stuff out is propably the best way to learm Go!
What are some alternatives?
expr - Expression language for Go
govaluate - Arbitrary expression evaluation for golang
go-lua - A Lua VM in Go
gopher-lua - GopherLua: VM and compiler for Lua in Go
purl - Perl, but fluffy like a cat!
go-python - naive go bindings to the CPython2 C-API
cel-go - Fast, portable, non-Turing complete expression evaluation with gradual typing (Go)