This is down to changes that were made for new versions of ZPE.
The pages associated to this page cover the syntax of ZPE/YASS as well as some underlying development strategies and some of the key concepts. If you are using the ZPE Programming Environment or YASS you should find this set of pages very useful.
If other implementations of the YASS syntax are created they may not have the exact same feature set as the ZPE Programming Environment provides. This documentation is therefore specific to the ZPE/YASS implementation.
When you have downloaded the ZPE Programming Environment executable you will need to know how to use it.
The following is a list of all the main features of the YASS language:
The following list is a list of all syntax and language constructs for YASS:
The following documentation covers objects built-in to the language itself and how they work as well as their exposed functions.
The following is a concise list of all built-in functions and links to pages dedicated to them. There is more information on predefined functions above.
The list is always in sync with the latest version of ZPE because
it comes from ZPE itself (since version 1.8.2). You can generate this list
json_encode(list_zpe_functions()) within the engine itself
as I do.
Old functions that have since been removed but still have documentation are available here.
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