|Experimental languages. firstname.lastname@example.org (Thomas M. Farrelly) (1998-02-12)|
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|Re: Experimental languages. firstname.lastname@example.org (Buday Gergely) (1998-02-18)|
|Re: Experimental languages. email@example.com (1998-02-20)|
|From:||Buday Gergely <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||18 Feb 1998 23:13:19 -0500|
: 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
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 comp.lang.ml for the language.
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