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Currying In Different Languages
Snippets of currying mechanisms in different languages which support currying
Located in Users / Bahman Movaqar / Adventures of a Polyglot
Farewell (for now)
I just can't use this site any longer. It's time to wave goodbye.
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / YFL-related Blog
Factor example program
For the CLI project season one, I document and explain a little sample program using the Factor language.
Located in Users / Gert Meulyzer / Posts
Adding Textadept Support to Factor
The "Common Learning Initiative" project of #yfl has selected Factor as the language we're going to jointly learn. Factor has some nice tooling for supporting external text editors. Textadept isn't one of these. Until now.
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / YFL-related Blog
Time to 'Fess Up
I played a little joke a while back and now it's time to both 'fess up and to explore some of the sadly all-too-explicable reactions to it.
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / YFL-related Blog
Mercury's "Time to Hello World"
There's an interesting metric for language accessibility (and therefore, by extension, often its popularity) called "Time to Hello World". Mercury's "Time to Hello World" is abysmal. In this blog entry I will analyse both why it is so bad and what can be done to improve it.
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / YFL-related Blog
CLI -- Collective Learning Initiative
Describing what the CLI is, what you can expect and what you'll need to invest in it if you choose to join.
Located in Users / Gert Meulyzer / Posts
Have Designer, Will Travel
Making custom digital hardware used to be difficult and expensive. No longer. It's time for us to realise that we live in the age of custom hardware being within reach of the ordinary.
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / YFL-related Blog
Two Turing Machines
For fun I wrote two universal Turing machines: one in Prolog, one in Mercury. This led me to some observations about type systems and their spheres of utility.
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / YFL-related Blog
140 Characters of Stupid at a Time
I don't use Twitter. For any reason. Here's why.
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / YFL-related Blog