If caveman = "fred" then print "flintsone" else print "rubble"
Flintstone is misspelled!
While we're worrying about details like billing and function description errors and sample program failures, we almost missed something really important like this.
<snort> I'd think that's one of the few places where a typo is intentional
, like say to avoid "unlicensed use" of characters. I fully expect a RokuCo rep to neither confirm nor deny intentional similarity.
I would be amiss not to complain about the stiff way in which "truthiness" is defined though, not allowing for the logical operators' use as a makeshift conditional operator (like in say Lua or other BASICs i know):
print (caveman = "fred" and "flintsOne" or "rubble")