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* The PRAKDA compiler and interpreter
** Introduction
The PRAKDA language is a programming language that can be both interpreted and compiled to x86-64 assembly. It does not aim yet at being a complex, full-featured language; rather it is just a small language complex enough to be interesting to its developer (me).
The PRAKDA language is a programming language that can be both interpreted and
compiled to x86-64 assembly. It does not aim yet at being a complex,
full-featured language; rather it is just a small language complex enough to be
interesting to its developer (me).
The PRAKDA language is also a university assigment for my class of /languages’ interpretation and compilation/, hence its development might not continue past December 2018.
The PRAKDA language is also a university assigment for my class of /languages’
interpretation and compilation/, hence its development might not continue past December 2018.
** The basics of this language.
This language relies on a simple sentence: “everything is a function”, hence there will be no distinction between the creation of variables and functions as we know them in usual languages such as C, C++, Rust, or Java.
This language relies on a simple sentence: “everything is a function”, hence
there will be no distinction between the creation of variables and functions as
we know them in usual languages such as C, C++, Rust, or Java.
** Other information
Credits for the name go to [[https://afranche.github.io/][Afranche]], as a pun to my initial username “Drakpa”.
Credits for the name go to [[https://afranche.github.io/][Afranche]], as a pun
with my initial username “Drakpa”.
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