Secret Doors

version 1 by Andrew Owen

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  • Secret Doors by Andrew Owen begins here.

    "Doors and switches that cannot be acted upon until they are
    discovered."

    A secret door is a kind of door.
    A secret door can be revealed or unrevealed.
    A secret door is unrevealed.
    A secret door is scenery.
    A secret door is closed.

    A secret switch is a kind of thing.
    A secret switch can be revealed or unrevealed.
    A secret switch is unrevealed.
    A secret switch is scenery.

    To print the you can't go message:
        (- L__M(##Go, 2, 0); -).

    To print the you can't see message:
        (- L__M(##Miscellany, 30, 0); -).

    Before going through a secret door which is unrevealed:
        print the you can't go message instead.

    Before doing something to a secret door which is unrevealed:
        print the you can't see message instead.

    Before doing something when when a secret door is the second noun and
    the
    second noun is unrevealed:
        print the you can't see message instead.

    Before doing something to a secret switch which is unrevealed:
        print the you can't see message instead.

    Before doing something when when a secret switch is the second noun and
    the
    second noun is unrevealed:
        print the you can't see message instead.

    Secret Doors ends here.