Screens, Logic and a Database are the 3 layers of a custom system built using Text to Software. All three can be generated from text. Logic requires converting commands from English into code that runs on the computer. This is achieved through reflecting all the commands that the computer can understand through a simple editor that accepts text as an input from a person. In this way, the logic statements that a person wants to make are converted into statements that a computer can understand. The Rules Editor is designed as much as possible to have the syntax that is needed to express logic in English look as closely as possible to what a computer can understand. This is done using the Smalltalk language and his highly automated for ease of use by a human.
This knowledge base article explains how to convert text into logic using Text to Software’s Rules Editor:
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