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version 35 by Al Golden

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  • Part 14 - Dropping (expanded)
    understand the command "drop" as something new.
    understand "drop [things preferably held]" as dropping.
    Instead of dropping something:
        if the noun is worn by player:
            now the noun is in the location;
            say "(first taking off [the noun]) [l]Dropped.";
        else if the noun is not carried by yourself:
            say "You're not carrying it.";
        else if the noun is carried by player:
            now the noun is in the location;
            say "Dropped.";
    dropping it into is an action applying to two things.
    understand "drop [things preferably held] in/into [something]" as dropping it into.
    dropping it onto is an action applying to two things.
    understand "drop [things preferably held] on/onto [something]" as dropping it onto.
    dropping it down is an action applying to two things.
    understand "drop [things preferably held] down [something]" as dropping it down.
    dropping it under is an action applying to two things.
    understand "drop [things preferably held] under [something]" as dropping it under.
    dropping it behind is an action applying to two things.
    understand "drop [things preferably held] behind [something]" as dropping it behind.
    report dropping something into a second noun
    (this is the dropping something into a second noun rule):
    say "You can't drop [the noun] into [the second noun].".
    report dropping something onto a second noun
    (this is the droppng something onto a second noun rule):
    say "You can't drop [the noun] into [the second noun].".
    report dropping something down a second noun
    (this is the dropping something down a second noun rule):
    say "You can't drop [the noun] down [the second noun].".
    report dropping something under a second noun
    (this is the dropping something under second noun rule):
    say "You can't drop [the noun] under [the second noun].".
    report dropping something behind a second noun
    (this is the dropping something behind second noun rule):
    say "You can't drop [the noun] behind [the second noun].".