Supplemental Actions

version 35 by Al Golden

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  • Part 19 - Filling (new)
    understand the command "fill" as something new.
    filling is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "fill [something]" as filling.
    check filling a closed container
    (this is the can't fill a closed container rule):
    say "Since [the noun] is closed, you can't fill it." instead.
    check filling a supporter
    (this is the can't fill a supporter rule):
    say "For the most part, supporters can't be filled." instead.
    check filling a fillable thing
    (this is the what do you want to fill rule):
    say "What do you want to fill [the noun] with?" instead
    check filling an unfillable thing
    (this is the can't fill an unfillable thing rule):
    say "[The noun] can't be filled." instead.
    check filling an unfillable thing with something
    (this is the can't fill an unfillable thing with something rule):
    say "You can't fill [the noun]." instead.
    check filling an unfillable thing from something
    (this is the can't fill an unfillable thing from something rule):
    say "You can't fill [the noun]." instead.
    check filling a filled thing from something
    (this is the first already filled rule):
    say "[The noun] is already filled" instead.
    check filling a filled thing with something
    (this is the second already filled rule):
    say "[The noun] is already filled with [a list of things in the noun].";
    filling it from is an action applying to two things.
    understand "fill [something] from [something]" as filling it from.
    filling it with is an action applying to two things.
    understand "fill [something] with [something]" as filling it with.
    instead of filling an unfilled thing with something
    (this is the filling an unfilled thing with something rule):
    now the noun is filled;
    now the second noun is in the noun;
    now the second noun is filled;
    say "You fill [the noun] with [the second noun]."
    instead of filling an unfilled thing from something
    (this is the filling an unfilled thing from something rule):
    now the noun is filled;
    now everything in the second noun is in the noun;
    say "You fill [the noun] from [the second noun]."