Maybe but I'd go with the concurrent , garbage collected , object
beautifully visual Toon-Talk . No kidding this works . Some friends of
mine have implemented a LEGO mindstorms toontalk api for teaching kids how
to program. It is really cool and pretty fast too. If you don't mind using
Toby the Thread or similiar classes it rocks.
I can't find the URL at the moment but if you really want I'll pass it on
to you. I think that it was developed at MIT.
Try emhain.wit.ie/~p98ac25 for more details!
On Thu, 15 Apr 1999, Justin Mason wrote:
> kevin lyda said:
>> > since i note a few more programming questions from people just beginning
> > to learn, i should recommend a rather overlooked and underloved
> > language. for those of you starting out, it's a wonderful language for
> > teaching yourself the basics. for you more experienced developers,
> > i remind you that the more developers, the less you're in demand.
> > comment wisely...
> > http://www..muppetlabs.com/~breadbox/intercal-man/>> It truly is the next generation of computer languages. I mean how many
> other languages use the *much more efficient* roman numeric system by
> default for output? Forget C, perl, or java -- intercal is the future,
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