Ross Lynch wrote:
> Which is easier first off? Also, how are they in terms of easyness and
> comparibility with respect to C? And lastly, _is_ Linux the best
> environment for programming 'em in? (unbiased answers expected ;)).
which is easier? it depends on you, the way you think, as well as the
problem you're trying to solve.
c works very much like the computer underneath it. lisp is somewhat
like functions in math but with some hacks that allow c-like
programming. fp and ml will provide a more functional approach - no
vars, no loops. in prolog you state a collection of facts and the
relationships between them, and then ask questions.
btw, happy even day...
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