Commit ed537859 authored by jm15g21's avatar jm15g21
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package Managers;
import java.util.Hashtable;
import java.util.Stack;
public class ScopeManager implements IManager {
public Stack<Hashtable<String, Integer>> getScopedVariables() {
return scopedVariables;
//This method works until we introduce classes down the line
//At that point classes will need their own scope manager somehow
private Stack<Hashtable<String, Integer>> scopedVariables = new Stack<>();
public void enterLocalScope() {
scopedVariables.push(new Hashtable<>());
System.out.println("Entered local scope");
public void leaveLocalScope() {
System.out.println("Left local scope");
* Gets all currently accessible variables.
public Hashtable<String, Integer> getAllVariables() {
Hashtable<String, Integer> output = new Hashtable<>();
for (Hashtable<String, Integer> scopeLevel : scopedVariables) {
return output;
public void modifyVariable(String varName, int newValue) {
//Locate the variable, if it exists modify it otherwise create it in the current scope
for (Hashtable<String, Integer> scopeLevel : scopedVariables) {
//It exists
if (scopeLevel.containsKey(varName)) {
scopeLevel.replace(varName, newValue);
//It doesn't exist
scopedVariables.peek().put(varName, newValue);
public void removeVariable(String varName) {
for (Hashtable<String, Integer> scopeLevel : scopedVariables) {
if (scopeLevel.containsKey(varName)) {
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