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Revision as of 20:20, 21 January 2011

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Received Usage

By "Quadriga" I mean: Haskell, Lisp, Prolog and Smalltalk.

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.

Aphorism Perseverated

Received Programming Language Aspects of aii.biz System Applications

Systems ProgrammingAlgol/C-nix/LispWFL,DCP,MCP
General Applications Programming HaskellApplication logic
Logic Programming PrologRDF, Semweb,First Order KB
Host Abstraction/GUI EC/Squeak/LLVM/XenSPO Nix package and dominion cloud operations manager.¹.

They are normally listed in latin lex order, the order having no other significance.
I maintain a presence (as 'Lycurgus') in the main IRC channels for each of the above.

aii.biz Design Intent

The design intent is that much external function in any other language (e.g. c-like langs, ruby, etc.) is integrated via WFL.


¹SPO (a metonym for the Burroughs system console operator, originally "Supervisory Print Out").