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<tr><td>General Applications Programming</td><td width=150> Haskell</td><td>All applications logic.</td></tr>
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<tr><td>General Applications Programming</td><td align=center width=150> Haskell</td><td>All applications logic.</td></tr>
<tr><td>Systems Programming</td><td> Lisp</td><td>non-kernel DCP</td></tr>
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<tr><td>Logic Programming</td><td>  Prolog</td><td>RDF and other semantic web system level elements</td></tr>
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<tr><td>Logic Programming</td><td align=center>  Prolog</td><td>RDF and other semantic web system level elements</td></tr>
<tr><td>GUI</td><td> Squeak</td><td>GUI unification, collaboration, host abstraction.</td></tr>
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<tr><td>GUI</td><tdalign=center > Squeak</td><td>GUI unification, collaboration, host abstraction.</td></tr>
 
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Revision as of 10:36, 22 November 2009

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Dominion Connotation

By "Quadriga" I mean: Haskell, Lisp, Prolog and Smalltalk. I code aii.biz applications (as opposed to the platform created by its six subprojects) strictly in them.

Lang and Parole

Zum Singen ist die italienische Sprache,
etwas zu sagen: die deutsche,
darzustellen: die griechische,
zu reden: die lateinische,
zu schwatzen: die französische,
für Verliebte: die spanische
und für Grobiane: die englische

The above[1] stuck in my mind the first time I saw it in the first edition of Moderne Deutsche Sprachlere, the text used in my first German course.

Metaphor Perseverated

<tdalign=center > Squeak
General division of labor
General Applications Programming HaskellAll applications logic.
Systems Programming Lispnon-kernel DCP
Logic Programming PrologRDF and other semantic web system level elements
GUIGUI unification, collaboration, host abstraction.


They are normally listed in latin lex order, the order having no other significance. We have a specific commitment to supporting development in these languages and the developers in each of the respective language communities and maintain a presence (as 'Lycurgus') in the main IRG channels for each of the above.