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<HR> <H1> <A HREF="../home.html"><IMG SRC="../images/logo.gif" ALT="Lua" BORDER=0></A> Programming in Lua </H1>
This is an online version of the book <BLOCKQUOTE> <A HREF="http://www.inf.puc-rio.br/~roberto/book/"> <IMG TITLE="book's cover" SRC="capa.jpg" ALT="" BORDER=1 ALIGN="left" HSPACE=12></A> <A HREF="http://www.inf.puc-rio.br/~roberto/book/"> <font color="gray">Programming in</font> <font color="blue">Lua</font></A> <BR>by Roberto Ierusalimschy <BR>Lua.org, December 2003 <BR>ISBN 85-903798-1-7 <BR CLEAR="all"> </BLOCKQUOTE> <P> Read more about the book <A HREF="http://www.inf.puc-rio.br/~roberto/book/">here</A>. <BR> If you like the online version, please consider buying a paper copy. <A HREF="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/8590379817/theprogrammil-20"> <IMG SRC="http://rcm-images.amazon.com/images/G/01/buttons/buy-from-tan.gif" ALT="[Buy from Amazon]" BORDER=0></A> <P>
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<dl><dt><a name="0" href="p1.html">Preface</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="p1.1" href="p1.1.html"> Audience</a></dt> <dt><a name="p1.2" href="p1.2.html"> Other Resources</a></dt> <dt><a name="p1.3" href="p1.3.html"> A Few Typographical Conventions</a></dt> <dt><a name="p1.4" href="p1.4.html"> About the Book</a></dt> <dt><a name="p1.5" href="p1.5.html"> Acknowledgments</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt>&nbsp;</dt><dt>&nbsp;</dt><dt><a name="P1" href="1.html"><b>Part I. The Language</b></a></dt><dt>&nbsp;</dt> <dt><a name="1" href="1.html">1 Getting Started</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="1.1" href="1.1.html"> 1.1 Chunks</a></dt> <dt><a name="1.2" href="1.2.html"> 1.2 Global Variables</a></dt> <dt><a name="1.3" href="1.3.html"> 1.3 Some Lexical Conventions</a></dt> <dt><a name="1.4" href="1.4.html"> 1.4 The Stand-Alone Interpreter</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="2" href="2.html">2 Types and Values</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="2.1" href="2.1.html"> 2.1 Nil</a></dt> <dt><a name="2.2" href="2.2.html"> 2.2 Booleans</a></dt> <dt><a name="2.3" href="2.3.html"> 2.3 Numbers</a></dt> <dt><a name="2.4" href="2.4.html"> 2.4 Strings</a></dt> <dt><a name="2.5" href="2.5.html"> 2.5 Tables</a></dt> <dt><a name="2.6" href="2.6.html"> 2.6 Functions</a></dt> <dt><a name="2.7" href="2.7.html"> 2.7 Userdata and Threads</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="3" href="3.html">3 Expressions</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="3.1" href="3.1.html"> 3.1 Arithmetic Operators</a></dt> <dt><a name="3.2" href="3.2.html"> 3.2 Relational Operators</a></dt> <dt><a name="3.3" href="3.3.html"> 3.3 Logical Operators</a></dt> <dt><a name="3.4" href="3.4.html"> 3.4 Concatenation</a></dt> <dt><a name="3.5" href="3.5.html"> 3.5 Precedence</a></dt> <dt><a name="3.6" href="3.6.html"> 3.6 Table Constructors</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="4" href="4.html">4 Statements</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="4.1" href="4.1.html"> 4.1 Assignment</a></dt> <dt><a name="4.2" href="4.2.html"> 4.2 Local Variables and Blocks</a></dt> <dt><a name="4.3" href="4.3.html"> 4.3 Control Structures</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="4.3.1" href="4.3.1.html"> 4.3.1 <b>if</b> <b>then</b> <b>else</b></a></dt> <dt><a name="4.3.2" href="4.3.2.html"> 4.3.2 <b>while</b></a></dt> <dt><a name="4.3.3" href="4.3.3.html"> 4.3.3 <b>repeat</b></a></dt> <dt><a name="4.3.4" href="4.3.4.html"> 4.3.4 Numeric <b>for</b></a></dt> <dt><a name="4.3.5" href="4.3.5.html"> 4.3.5 Generic <b>for</b></a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="4.4" href="4.4.html"> 4.4 <b>break</b> and <b>return</b></a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="5" href="5.html">5 Functions</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="5.1" href="5.1.html"> 5.1 Multiple Results</a></dt> <dt><a name="5.2" href="5.2.html"> 5.2 Variable Number of Arguments</a></dt> <dt><a name="5.3" href="5.3.html"> 5.3 Named Arguments</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="6" href="6.html">6 More about Functions</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="6.1" href="6.1.html"> 6.1 Closures</a></dt> <dt><a name="6.2" href="6.2.html"> 6.2 Non-Global Functions</a></dt> <dt><a name="6.3" href="6.3.html"> 6.3 Proper Tail Calls</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="7" href="7.html">7 Iterators and the Generic <b>for</b></a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="7.1" href="7.1.html"> 7.1 Iterators and Closures</a></dt> <dt><a name="7.2" href="7.2.html"> 7.2 The Semantics of the Generic <b>for</b></a></dt> <dt><a name="7.3" href="7.3.html"> 7.3 Stateless Iterators</a></dt> <dt><a name="7.4" href="7.4.html"> 7.4 Iterators with Complex State</a></dt> <dt><a name="7.5" href="7.5.html"> 7.5 True Iterators</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="8" href="8.html">8 Compilation, Execution, and Errors</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="8.1" href="8.1.html"> 8.1 The <code>require</code> Function</a></dt> <dt><a name="8.2" href="8.2.html"> 8.2 C Packages</a></dt> <dt><a name="8.3" href="8.3.html"> 8.3 Errors</a></dt> <dt><a name="8.4" href="8.4.html"> 8.4 Error Handling and Exceptions</a></dt> <dt><a name="8.5" href="8.5.html"> 8.5 Error Messages and Tracebacks</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="9" href="9.html">9 Coroutines</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="9.1" href="9.1.html"> 9.1 Coroutine Basics</a></dt> <dt><a name="9.2" href="9.2.html"> 9.2 Pipes and Filters</a></dt> <dt><a name="9.3" href="9.3.html"> 9.3 Coroutines as Iterators</a></dt> <dt><a name="9.4" href="9.4.html"> 9.4 Non-Preemptive Multithreading</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="10" href="10.html">10 Complete Examples</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="10.1" href="10.1.html"> 10.1 Data Description</a></dt> <dt><a name="10.2" href="10.2.html"> 10.2 Markov Chain Algorithm</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt>&nbsp;</dt><dt>&nbsp;</dt><dt><a name="P2" href="11.html"><b>Part II. Tables and Objects</b></a></dt><dt>&nbsp;</dt> <dt><a name="11" href="11.html">11 Data Structures</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="11.1" href="11.1.html"> 11.1 Arrays</a></dt> <dt><a name="11.2" href="11.2.html"> 11.2 Matrices and Multi-Dimensional Arrays</a></dt> <dt><a name="11.3" href="11.3.html"> 11.3 Linked Lists</a></dt> <dt><a name="11.4" href="11.4.html"> 11.4 Queues and Double Queues</a></dt> <dt><a name="11.5" href="11.5.html"> 11.5 Sets and Bags</a></dt> <dt><a name="11.6" href="11.6.html"> 11.6 String Buffers</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="12" href="12.html">12 Data Files and Persistence</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="12.1" href="12.1.html"> 12.1 Serialization</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="12.1.1" href="12.1.1.html"> 12.1.1 Saving Tables without Cycles</a></dt> <dt><a name="12.1.2" href="12.1.2.html"> 12.1.2 Saving Tables with Cycles</a></dt> </dl></dd> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="13" href="13.html">13 Metatables and Metamethods</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="13.1" href="13.1.html"> 13.1 Arithmetic Metamethods</a></dt> <dt><a name="13.2" href="13.2.html"> 13.2 Relational Metamethods</a></dt> <dt><a name="13.3" href="13.3.html"> 13.3 Library-Defined Metamethods</a></dt> <dt><a name="13.4" href="13.4.html"> 13.4 Table-Access Metamethods</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="13.4.1" href="13.4.1.html"> 13.4.1 The <code>__index</code> Metamethod</a></dt> <dt><a name="13.4.2" href="13.4.2.html"> 13.4.2 The <code>__newindex</code> Metamethod</a></dt> <dt><a name="13.4.3" href="13.4.3.html"> 13.4.3 Tables with Default Values</a></dt> <dt><a name="13.4.4" href="13.4.4.html"> 13.4.4 Tracking Table Accesses</a></dt> <dt><a name="13.4.5" href="13.4.5.html"> 13.4.5 Read-Only Tables</a></dt> </dl></dd> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="14" href="14.html">14 The Environment</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="14.1" href="14.1.html"> 14.1 Accessing Global Variables with Dynamic Names</a></dt> <dt><a name="14.2" href="14.2.html"> 14.2 Declaring Global Variables</a></dt> <dt><a name="14.3" href="14.3.html"> 14.3 Non-Global Environments</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="15" href="15.html">15 Packages</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="15.1" href="15.1.html"> 15.1 The Basic Approach</a></dt> <dt><a name="15.2" href="15.2.html"> 15.2 Privacy</a></dt> <dt><a name="15.3" href="15.3.html"> 15.3 Packages and Files</a></dt> <dt><a name="15.4" href="15.4.html"> 15.4 Using the Global Table</a></dt> <dt><a name="15.5" href="15.5.html"> 15.5 Other Facilities</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="16" href="16.html">16 Object-Oriented Programming</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="16.1" href="16.1.html"> 16.1 Classes</a></dt> <dt><a name="16.2" href="16.2.html"> 16.2 Inheritance</a></dt> <dt><a name="16.3" href="16.3.html"> 16.3 Multiple Inheritance</a></dt> <dt><a name="16.4" href="16.4.html"> 16.4 Privacy</a></dt> <dt><a name="16.5" href="16.5.html"> 16.5 The Single-Method Approach</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="17" href="17.html">17 Weak Tables</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="17.1" href="17.1.html"> 17.1 Memoize Functions</a></dt> <dt><a name="17.2" href="17.2.html"> 17.2 Object Attributes</a></dt> <dt><a name="17.3" href="17.3.html"> 17.3 Revisiting Tables with Default Values</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt>&nbsp;</dt><dt>&nbsp;</dt><dt><a name="P3" href="18.html"><b>Part III. The Standard Libraries</b></a></dt><dt>&nbsp;</dt> <dt><a name="18" href="18.html">18 The Mathematical Library</a></dt> <dt><a name="19" href="19.html">19 The Table Library</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="19.1" href="19.1.html"> 19.1 Array Size</a></dt> <dt><a name="19.2" href="19.2.html"> 19.2 Insert and Remove</a></dt> <dt><a name="19.3" href="19.3.html"> 19.3 Sort</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="20" href="20.html">20 The String Library</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="20.1" href="20.1.html"> 20.1 Pattern-Matching Functions</a></dt> <dt><a name="20.2" href="20.2.html"> 20.2 Patterns</a></dt> <dt><a name="20.3" href="20.3.html"> 20.3 Captures</a></dt> <dt><a name="20.4" href="20.4.html"> 20.4 Tricks of the Trade</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="21" href="21.html">21 The I/O Library</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="21.1" href="21.1.html"> 21.1 The Simple I/O Model</a></dt> <dt><a name="21.2" href="21.2.html"> 21.2 The Complete I/O Model</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="21.2.1" href="21.2.1.html"> 21.2.1 A Small Performance Trick</a></dt> <dt><a name="21.2.2" href="21.2.2.html"> 21.2.2 Binary Files</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="21.3" href="21.3.html"> 21.3 Other Operations on Files</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="22" href="22.html">22 The Operating System Library</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="22.1" href="22.1.html"> 22.1 Date and Time</a></dt> <dt><a name="22.2" href="22.2.html"> 22.2 Other System Calls</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="23" href="23.html">23 The Debug Library</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="23.1" href="23.1.html"> 23.1 Introspective Facilities</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="23.1.1" href="23.1.1.html"> 23.1.1 Accessing Local Variables</a></dt> <dt><a name="23.1.2" href="23.1.2.html"> 23.1.2 Accessing Upvalues</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="23.2" href="23.2.html"> 23.2 Hooks</a></dt> <dt><a name="23.3" href="23.3.html"> 23.3 Profiles</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt>&nbsp;</dt><dt>&nbsp;</dt><dt><a name="P4" href="24.html"><b>Part IV. The C API</b></a></dt><dt>&nbsp;</dt> <dt><a name="24" href="24.html">24 An Overview of the C API</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="24.1" href="24.1.html"> 24.1 A First Example</a></dt> <dt><a name="24.2" href="24.2.html"> 24.2 The Stack</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="24.2.1" href="24.2.1.html"> 24.2.1 Pushing Elements</a></dt> <dt><a name="24.2.2" href="24.2.2.html"> 24.2.2 Querying Elements</a></dt> <dt><a name="24.2.3" href="24.2.3.html"> 24.2.3 Other Stack Operations</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="24.3" href="24.3.html"> 24.3 Error Handling with the C API</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="24.3.1" href="24.3.1.html"> 24.3.1 Error Handling in Application Code</a></dt> <dt><a name="24.3.2" href="24.3.2.html"> 24.3.2 Error Handling in Library Code</a></dt> </dl></dd> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="25" href="25.html">25 Extending your Application</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="25.1" href="25.1.html"> 25.1 Table Manipulation</a></dt> <dt><a name="25.2" href="25.2.html"> 25.2 Calling Lua Functions</a></dt> <dt><a name="25.3" href="25.3.html"> 25.3 A Generic Call Function</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="26" href="26.html">26 Calling C from Lua</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="26.1" href="26.1.html"> 26.1 C Functions</a></dt> <dt><a name="26.2" href="26.2.html"> 26.2 C Libraries</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="27" href="27.html">27 Techniques for Writing C Functions</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="27.1" href="27.1.html"> 27.1 Array Manipulation</a></dt> <dt><a name="27.2" href="27.2.html"> 27.2 String Manipulation</a></dt> <dt><a name="27.3" href="27.3.html"> 27.3 Storing State in C Functions</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="27.3.1" href="27.3.1.html"> 27.3.1 The Registry</a></dt> <dt><a name="27.3.2" href="27.3.2.html"> 27.3.2 References</a></dt> <dt><a name="27.3.3" href="27.3.3.html"> 27.3.3 Upvalues</a></dt> </dl></dd> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="28" href="28.html">28 User-Defined Types in C</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="28.1" href="28.1.html"> 28.1 Userdata</a></dt> <dt><a name="28.2" href="28.2.html"> 28.2 Metatables</a></dt> <dt><a name="28.3" href="28.3.html"> 28.3 Object-Oriented Access</a></dt> <dt><a name="28.4" href="28.4.html"> 28.4 Array Access</a></dt> <dt><a name="28.5" href="28.5.html"> 28.5 Light Userdata</a></dt> </dl></dd> <dt><a name="29" href="29.html">29 Managing Resources</a></dt> <dd><dl> <dt><a name="29.1" href="29.1.html"> 29.1 A Directory Iterator</a></dt> <dt><a name="29.2" href="29.2.html"> 29.2 An XML Parser</a></dt> </dl> </dl> <P>
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