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Aha! programming language

Hello,

I've designed a new programming language, Aha!:
http://code.google.com/p/aha-programming-language/

Please have a look and tell me what you think. I recommend to start with the Getting Started guide.

Enjoy!

Comments

  • rmovchanrmovchan Posts: 3Member
    No replies? Hmmmm... Apparently, the language isn't that interesting and new - compared to FORTRAN, for example :)
  • gonegahgahgonegahgah Posts: 5Member
    Looks very interesting though in my case I wouldn't say it is simple.
    Maybe once it is understood fully which I am attempting.
    I wonder does it have any pitfalls and can it handle all real world problems?
  • gonegahgahgonegahgah Posts: 5Member
    Looks very interesting though in my case I wouldn't say it is simple.
    Maybe it is once it is understood fully which I am attempting.
    Bit of a mind warp actually...
    I wonder does it have any pitfalls and can it handle all real world problems?
  • gonegahgahgonegahgah Posts: 5Member
    Looks very interesting though in my case I wouldn't say it is simple.
    Maybe it is once it is understood fully which I am attempting.
    I wonder does it have any pitfalls and can it handle all real world problems?
  • rmovchanrmovchan Posts: 3Member
    Thanks for the reply. Why do you think it's not simple? It's different from the mainstream languages for sure. Of course it is meant for real-world problems, and with the proper library support it can be used for the same problems as any other programming language is used, but supposedly with much better results. I'm still working on the API and compiler; once they are finished, the Aha! revolution will start :)
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