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Located in Users / Bahman Movaqar / Links
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
Language Information
I'll try and write introductions to languages and keep them here for future reference.
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter
From the front page blurb: "Rosetta Code is a programming chrestomathy site. The idea is to present solutions to the same task in as many different languages as possible, to demonstrate how languages are similar and different, and to aid a person with a grounding in one approach to a problem in learning another."
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / Interesting Resources
Comment Bahman Movaqar on Rosetta Code
Good one. Though not a maths fan, this one seems good too: http://projecteuler.net/
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An under-appreciated scripting language that is actually faintly prophetic.
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / Language Information
Comment Bahman Movaqar on Rexx
Good choice. I'd always wondered what is this T-Rex language that I know absolutely nothing about? :-) However, to make the article more “ttmrichter'ish” style, [...]
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High vs. Low Level Languages
There's a lot of mistaken impressions about high level languages, both in terms of their attributes and their benefits. Allow me to elucidate.
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / YFL-related Blog
Sure I may be a Mercury fanboi, but there are actually other functional logic languages out there. Curry is one of those. From the blurb: "Curry is a universal programming language aiming to amalgamate the most important declarative programming paradigms, namely functional programming and logic programming. Moreover, it also covers the most important operational principles developed in the area of integrated functional logic languages: 'residuation' and 'narrowing'."
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / Interesting Resources
From the blurb: "The goal of this wiki is to collect information about the family of concatenative languages. We are interested in both theoretical results, and practical programming advice. Information about any concatenative language is welcome here. We want to bring together disparate language communities and build a common knowledge repository that people can consult to learn more about this family of languages."
Located in Users / Michael T. Richter / Interesting Resources