Liquid Handling

version 8 by Al Golden

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  • Version 8 of Liquid Handling by Al Golden begins here.

    "A device for the handling of liquids"

    Include Version 34 of Supplemental Actions by Al Golden.

    a thing is either wet,dry, or sticky. [1]
    a thing is either either soaked or unsoaked. [2]
    a thing is either absorbent or unabsorbent.
    a thing is either floatable or unfloatable.
    a thing is either floating or unfloating.
    a thing is either drinkable or undrinkable.
    a thing is either mixed or unmixed.

    a thing is either mopped or unmopped.
    a thing is usually unmopped.

    a thing is either safe or dangerous.
    a thing is usually safe.

    a thing is usually unsoaked.
    a thing is usually unabsorbent.
    a thing is usually dry.
    a thing is usually unmixed.
    a thing is usually unfloatable.
    a thing is usually unfloating.

    a thing is usually undrinkable.

    a liquid is a kind of thing.
    a liquid is usually safe.
    a liquid is usually wet.
    a liquid is usually undrinkable.

    a liquid is either poisonous or non-poisonous.
    a liquid is usually non-poisonous.

    a powder is a kind of thing.
    a powder is usually dry.
    a powder is usually edible.
    a powder is never drinkable.

    there is a container called a mixture.

    a bc is a kind of container. [bc stands for bad container]
    a bc is always open.
    the description is
    "[The noun] is totally worthless for holding anything solid or liquid."

    report emptying something into a bc:
    say "[The second noun] is so badly damaged that it can't contain anything.";
    stop.

    report inserting something into a bc:
    say "[The second noun] is so badly damaged that it can't contain anything.";
    stop.

    report pouring something into a bc:
    say "[The second noun] is so badly damaged that it can't contain anything.";
    stop.

    report emptying a bc:
    say "The [noun] is empty since it can hold absolutely nothing.".

    report emptying an open container into a bc:
    say "[The second noun] is incapable of handing the contents of [the noun]".

    report emptying a closed container into a bc:
    say "[The noun] isn't open, and besides that,[the second noun] is incapable of
    handing the contents of [the noun]".

    instead of opening a mixture,
    say "Don't be ridiculous!".

    instead of closing a mixture,
    say "Don't be ridiculous!".

    report eating a liquid which is safe:
    say "Why not try drinking [the noun] instead.";
    stop the action.

    an absorber is a kind of container.
    an absorber is usually absorbent.
    an absorber is always open.

    the description of an absorber is
    "Used in wiping up spilled liquids. [The noun] is [if absorber is unsoaked]dry.[otherwise]soaked with [list of things in the noun].[end if]".

    instead of opening an absorber,
    say "Don't be ridiculous!".

    instead of closing an absorber,
    say "Don't be ridiculous!".

    instead of drinking a safe thing:
    say "You drink [the noun]."

    instead of drinking a poisonous thing:
    say "You drink [the noun] which is not conducive to your health!";
    end the game in death;

    instead of drinking a container:
    say "Try drinking from the container instead.".

    instead of drinking something which is not a liquid:
    say "You can't drink [the noun].".

    instead of drinking a liquid from a container:
    if the liquid is safe begin;
    say "You take a drink of [the noun] from [the second noun].";
    otherwise;
    say "You take a drink of [the noun] from [the second noun]. it
    is poison and you are dead!";
    end if.

    report drinking a powder:
    say "Why not try eating [the noun] instead.".

    report drinking a poisonous mixture:
    say "You drink [the noun] which is not conducive to your health!";
    end the game in death.

    report drinking a poisonous liquid:
    say "You drink [the noun] which is not conducive to your health!";
    end the game in death.

    report drinking a safe liquid:
    say "You glug down a good portion of [the noun].".

    report drinking a safe liquid from a container:
    say "You glug down a good portion of [the noun].".

    report drinking a safe mixture:
    say "You glug down a good portion [the noun].".

    report drinking a poisonous mixture:
    say "You drink the poisonous [noun] which is not conducive to your health.";
    end the game in death.

    report drinking something from a second noun:
    if the noun is safe begin;
    say "You glug down a good portion of [the noun].";
    otherwise;
    say "You have died since [the noun] was poisoned!";
    end the game in death;
    end if.

    before drinking an undrinkable liquid:
    say "You are unable to drink [the noun] for some reason." instead.

    report drinking a safe liquid:
    say "You drink [the noun]." instead.

    report drinking a safe liquid which is in an open container:
    say "You drink [the noun]." instead.

    report drinking a poisonous liquid:
    if the noun is in a second noun,
    say "You drink the poisonous [noun] which is not conducive to your health.";
    end the game in death.

    report drinking a poisonous thing:
    say "You drink the poisonous [noun] which is not conducive to your health.";
    end the game in death.

    report drinking a poisonous liquid from a second noun:
    if the noun is in a second noun,
    say "You drink the poisonous [noun] which is not conducive to your health.";
    end the game in death.

    report drinking a thing from a second noun:
    say "You drink the poisonous [noun] which is not conducive to your health.";
    end the game in death.

    a container can be either watertight or leaky.
    a container is usually watertight.

    instead of inserting something into a closed container,
    say "[The second noun] ain't open!".

    instead of inserting a floatable thing into a liquid:
    now the second noun is floating;
    now the noun is in the location;
    say "You put [the noun] into [the second noun]
    where it floats to the surface.".

    instead of inserting a floatable thing into an open container:
    if a liquid is in the container,
    now the noun is in the second noun;
    now the second noun is floating;
    say "You put [the noun] into [the second noun]
    where it floats to the surface.".

    instead of inserting a floatable thing into an open container:
    if a liquid is not in the container,
    now the noun is in the second noun;
    say "You put [the noun] into [the second noun].".

    instead of emptying a liquid into a leaky container:
    say "You pour [the noun] into the [second noun]
    where it leaks out onto the floor.";
    now the noun is in the location.

    instead of emptying a powder into a leaky container:
    say "You pour [the noun] into the [second noun]
    where it leaks out onto the floor.";
    now the noun is in the location.

    instead of emptying a container into a leaky container:
    say "You pour [the noun] into the [second noun].
    The [list of things in the noun] leaks out onto the floor.";
    now every thing in the noun is in the location.

    instead of emptying a container when a mixture is in the container:
    now every thing in the container is in the location;
    say "You pour the mixture onto the floor.".

    instead of emptying a bc,
    say "[The noun] is incapable of holding anything. You were told that!".

    instead of inserting a liquid into a leaky container:
    say "You pour [the noun] into the [second noun]
    where it leaks out onto the floor.";
    now the noun is in the location.

    instead of inserting a powder into a leaky container:
    say "You pour [the noun] into the [second noun]
    where it leaks out onto the floor.";
    now the noun is in the location.

    instead of dropping a powder into a leaky container:
    say "You drop [the noun] into [the second noun]
    and it leaks out onto the floor.";
    now the noun is in the location.

    instead of emptying something into a leaky container:
    if the noun is not a liquid,
    say "You can't do that.";

    instead of emptying something into a leaky container:
    if the noun is not a powder,
    say "You can't do that.";

    instead of emptying something into a leaky container:
    if the noun is not a container,
    say "You can't do that.";

    instead of emptying a closed container
    into a leaky container:
    say "[The noun] ain't open!".

    instead of emptying a closed container
    into a watertight container:
    say "[The noun] ain't open!".

    squeezing out is an action applying to one thing.

    understand "squeeze out [something]" as squeezing.
    understand "squeeze [something] out" as squeezing.
    understand "wring out [something]" as squeezing.
    understand "wring [something] out" as squeezing.

    squeezing it into is an action applying to two things.
    understand "squeeze [something] in/into[something]" as squeezing it into.
    understand "wring [something] in/into [something]" as squeezing it into.

    squeezing it onto is an action applying to two things.
    understand "squeeze [something] on/onto [something]" as squeezing it onto.
    understand "wring [something] on/onto [something]" as squeezing it onto.

    mopping is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "mop [something]" as mopping.
    understand "mop up [something]" as mopping.
    understand "mop [something] up" as mopping.

    instead of mopping something,
    say "What do you want to mop [the noun] with?".

    mopping it with is an action applying to two things.
    understand "mop [something] with [something]" as mopping it with.
    understand "sop [something] with [something]" as mopping it with.
    understand "mop up [something] with [something]" as mopping it with.

    understand "sop up [something] with [something]" as mopping it with.

    understand "mop [something] up with [something]" as mopping it with.
    understand "sop [something] up with [something]" as mopping it with.
    understand "wipe [something] with [something]" as mopping it with.
    understand "wipe up [something] with [something]" as mopping it with.
    understand "wipe [something] up with [something]" as mopping it with.

    wetting is an action applying to one thing.

    instead of inserting an absorber into a liquid:
    try mopping the second noun with the noun.

    instead of wetting something,
    say "What do you want to wet [the noun] with?".

    wetting it with is an action applying to two things.

    understand "moisten [something] in [something]" as wetting it with.
    understand "moisten [something] with [something]" as wetting it with.
    understand "wet [something] in [something]" as wetting it with.
    understand "wet [something] with [something]" as wetting it with.
    understand "dip [something] in/into [something]" as wetting it with.
    understand "dampen [something] in [something]" as wetting it with.
    understand "dampen [something] with [something]" as wetting it with.
    understand "soak [something] in [something]" as wetting it with.
    understand "soak up [something] with [something]" as wetting it with.
    understand "soak [something] up with [something]" as wetting it with.

    instead of mopping something with an unabsorbent thing,
    say "[The noun] can not be mopped up with [the second noun].".

    instead of mopping something which is mopped with an absorbent thing,
    say "You've already mopped up [the noun].".

    instead of mopping something in a container
    which is not an absorber with an absorbent thing:
    say "But [the noun] hasn't been spilled!";
    stop the action.

    instead of mopping something with an absorber:
    now the second noun is soaked;
    now the noun is in the second noun;
    now the noun is mopped;
    say "You mop up [the noun] with [the second noun].".

    instead of mopping a powder with something:
    say "You can not mop up powders.".

    instead of mopping something with an unabsorbent thing,
    say "[The second noun] is not capable of mopping [the noun].".

    instead of wetting an absorber which is unsoaked with something:
    now the noun is soaked;
    now the second noun is in the noun;
    say "You wet [the noun] with [the second noun].".

    instead of wetting an unabsorbent thing with something,
    say "You can't wet that.".

    instead of wetting an absorber with a liquid:
    now the noun is soaked;
    now the second noun is in the noun;
    say "You wet [the noun] with the [second noun]".

    instead of squeezing an unsoaked absorber:
    say "There is nothing in [the noun] to squeeze out.".

    instead of squeezing an unsoaked absorber into an open container:
    if the noun is unsoaked,
    say "There is nothing in [the noun] to squeeze out.".

    before taking something which is a liquid:
    say "[The noun] runs thru your fingers.";
    stop the action.

    report squeezing something which is a liquid:
    say "[The noun] runs thru your fingers.".

    report squeezing something which is a powder:
    say "[The noun] runs thru your fingers.".

    instead of squeezing something which is not an absorber:
    if the noun is not a liquid and the noun is not a powder,
    say "You squeeze [the noun] but nothing happens.".

    instead of squeezing a soaked absorber:
    now the noun is unsoaked;
    now every thing in the noun is unmopped;
    say "You squeeze [the list of things in the noun] out onto the floor.";
    now every thing in the noun is in the location.

    instead of squeezing a soaked absorber into an open container:
    now the noun is unsoaked;
    now every thing in the noun is unmopped;
    say "You squeeze [the noun] into [the second noun].";
    now every thing in the noun is in the second noun.

    instead of squeezing a soaked absorber into a closed container,
    say "[The second noun] ain't open!".

    instead of squeezing a soaked absorber onto something:
    if the second noun is not a supporter,
    say "[The second noun] can not hold the contents of the [noun].".
    instead of squeezing a soaked absorber onto a supporter:
    now the noun is unsoaked;
    now every thing in the noun is unmopped;
    now every thing in the noun is on the second noun;
    say "You squeeze [the noun] onto [the second noun].";

    Liquid Handling ends here.