Re: Experimental languages.

Buday Gergely <>
18 Feb 1998 23:13:19 -0500

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From: Buday Gergely <>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 18 Feb 1998 23:13:19 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: design

: I'm looking for references/links to highly experimental programming
: languages with focus on both syntactic and semantic consistency.

  Language design is a strongly _human_
  activity and is as much about communication with other people
  (including later stages of the author's life) as with machines.

##### Agree, and see my offer below

[I'd say that Common Lisp resembles MS Word in its kitchen-sink-ness,
but Scheme remains one of the cleanest and most productive languages
around. -John]

Standard ML with the Basis Library is the winner for me,
just to put my 2c here.
Standard ML of New Jersey is a good implementation of it, and is freely
it includes ML-Lex,ML-Yacc,Concurrent ML, ML-Burg.

see for the language.

- Gergely


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