I have an object carried by the player and I would like it to be referred to in the second person possessive. For example, “your PA”.
Cory Resden is a male citizen. The player is Cory. Cory carries a PA called Cory's PA. Rule for printing the name of Cory's PA: say "[our] PA".
The problem here is that the above rule always produces “your PA”, even at the start of a sentence.
Yelling at is an action applying to one thing. Carry out yelling at: if the noun is a citizen begin; ... otherwise; say "[The noun] is not impressed."; end if.
I don’t want to use the printed name property of the object, because then I get “Cory’s PA”. And using “sentence case” would cause the “PA” part to come out “pa”.
Is there a way to discern whether the token that caused the rule to be invoked was “The noun” or “the noun”? That is, some way in the rule I can determine if I should be using [our] or [Our]?
Or perhaps there is a better way to achieve my goal?
Thanks in advance.