Perl 6
Perl 6 Language Design Tablet: Revision 12

Overview - Chapter: 0:Intr, 1:Hist, 2:Design, 3:Var, 4:Op, 5:IO, 6:{}, 7:Sub, 8:OOP, 9:Rx - Appendices: A:Index, B:Tables, C:Best of, D:Delta, E:Links




Larry Wall: You should not take this picture to mean that linguistics is the opposite of common sense. But ehm, there are many computer scientists, who have complained that it should be more like engineering and less like an art. And I disagree. But thats oukay.

Main Goal

Enjoy Life, enjoy yourself and your freedom. Which means: support you as much as possible and not to force you in any way. Perl 6 likes to be, even better than Perl 5, your humble servant for translating your thoughts into binary code (if possible).

Strategy

Every style and level of expertise has to be supported and even more difficult: all this has to play together well. Strategies and concepts for this are coined in several often repeated terms.

Terms

TIMTOWTDI

All your paradigms belong to us

Buzzword compliant

Keep easy things easy and hard possible

Hide the fancy stuff.

Huffman coding

Waterbed theory of liguistic complexity

Topicalizer

Second system syndrom


Overview - Chapter: 0:Intr, 1:Hist, 2:Design, 3:Var, 4:Op, 5:IO, 6:{}, 7:Sub, 8:OOP, 9:Rx - Appendices: A:Index, B:Tables, C:Best of, D:Delta, E:Links


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