Advanced Moxc Features

Experience with Moxc as described in the previous chapter led to a significant, but upward-compatible reimplementation. This chapter documents the new features of Moxc.

The introductions to C and Moxc describe a method of programming in which every value is an integer (or in a few cases, a character or a string). This is a great simplification, especially because C tends to assume something is an integer unless you tell it otherwise. In this chapter, many new types of values or data are considered. To understand this chapter, you should understand C types, structs, typedefs, and pointers. These concepts are covered in any textbook on C programming, but they are not covered in this manual.

Timebases and Virtual Timevirtual time

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