- Creating an algorithm
- The code
- Running and debugging
- Renaming algorithms
- Deleting algorithms
- Clearing flags
- Best practices
This guide is intended to help you create and edit algorithms on eXorithm. If you are looking for a more general guide about this site, please see the user's guide.
Algorithms on eXorithm are written in PHP. PHP is widely used, easy to learn, forgiving, and powerful. If you aren't familiar with PHP, please see the online documentation.
If you are familiar with PHP, then you will find that writing an algorithm on eXorithm is almost exactly like writing a PHP function.
In the following sections we'll detail the process for creating an algorithm. We'll provide lots of examples that you can edit and execute on the spot.
If you have unanswered questions after reading this guide, you might want to check the forums.