[REBOL] Re: Introduction
From: petr:krenzelok:trz:cz at: 27-Apr-2001 12:21
Karl Robillard wrote:
> On Thursday 26 April 2001 10:54, you wrote:
> > >The Icon book is one of the few language books
> > >that rests on my desk, rather than the bookshelf.
> > >
> > >A number of Icon's features will be added to REBOL as dialects... some
> > > day. Very nice pattern handling.
> > >
> > >-Carl
> > Hi,
> > One of my fondest wishes would be to get Carl Sassenrath, Chuck Moore
> > and Ralph Griswold in the same room for a day/month or two to invent the
> > end-all-be-all human machine interface...perhaps something like 'Forth
> > assisted Iconic REBOL'.
> > Thanks for REBOL Carl (and the RT team).
> > Later,
> > Blue
> > ~~~~
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> I think it would be truly wonderful to have a book which does a complete
> breakdown of each of the 50 languages that Carl studied during his
> (legendary?) 20 year journey to REBOL. The strengths and weaknesses of each
> would be presented as well as the reasons for including or excluding each
> feature of the language in REBOL.
> Does a list of the 50 pre-REBOL languages exist somewhere?
you can try comp.lang.misc newsgroup :-) there is plenty ppl theoretizing about
languages and their features ... :-)
btw: are we ready to be slashdotted? :-)