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Comments: Ultimate Language #10

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qwertie opened this issue Jul 16, 2015 · 4 comments
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qwertie opened this issue Jul 16, 2015 · 4 comments
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@qwertie qwertie commented Jul 16, 2015

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@qwertie qwertie commented Jul 17, 2015

Redditors aren't impressed... but I'll show 'em. If I get the chance to actually make this language, that is.

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@breck7 breck7 commented Jun 27, 2019

Neat stuff!

I think this could be possible.

My suggestion would be to use Tree Notation as your syntax, and then create lots of mini Tree Language grammars (roughly one for each of the 100 - 1000 "patterns" you find across all programming languages). You could then in theory build one monster language. But along the way you would have lots of useful micro languages.

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@qwertie qwertie commented Jun 27, 2019

What is Tree Notation? I was going to use LES3 notation / Loyc trees

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