Code snippets to do useful things for 11 languages: C, C++, Groovy, Ruby, Java, Scala, Python, Haskell, Javascript, Lisp, Clojure
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README.md

Language Matrix

What is it?

It is a project that contains (or should contain) the same samples per computer language topic across multiple languages. For example, if you look up a methods in Java, you should find the same examples in Groovy, LISP, C, C++, etc. Any derivation from the primary examples will be presented with more clarity and explanation

What will it not do?

It will not cover the multitude of libraries across different languages. This just focuses on the languages themselves and the capabilities they serve.

How many languages are there?

Right now aiming for 10. This is a work in progress.

How do I look up material?

Each language has a README.md, click on the language and view the topics. Some topics will take you to the code directly, some will cross reference you to a topic. Say as a Java programmer you know what a List is, but when you look up Ruby and there are no lists, the Ruby README will cross reference you to arrays, which is how they create list like collections.

Do you accept pull requests?

Absolutely. Be warned, I am aiming for a certain aesthetic and layout, so it may not happen right away.