Jind is an interpreter for a toy programming language.
Version: 1.0Jind is an interpreter for a toy programming language. The aim of the game is to lead a person out of a labyrinth by giving appropriate textual instructions.
Operating System: Linux
The challenge is to find a general solution by using conditions and loops. Jind can be used to teach the basics of programming in an understandable, entertaining, and instructive way.
To compile the program, you need a compiler for Java. I recommend to use the Java compiler provided by Sun. Go to http://www.sun.com to download it for free. Follow the instructions in the manual to install the compiler. Then do a
to compile Jind. If anything goes wrong, open the Makefile in your favourite editor and adjust the paths to your configuration.
Open the file "jind.html" in your favourite browser. I recommend to use Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0, Netscape Navigator 4.0 or Mozilla 0.9x. The applet should load now and you will see an input box immediately.