From: Fergal Daly (fergal at domain esatclear.ie)
Date: Wed 02 Feb 2000 - 19:16:15 GMT
Lisp is fun, Prolog give me a real pain, but I found this
a while ago which looked kinda funky, it's kinda like Prolog done nicely,
it claims to be really fast (compared to Prolog, which could be a complete
dog), allows you to use modules (code libraries), has a gui library and
apparently people have actually produced applications with it. I never had
to investigate it properly or learn a whole new way to program, but if you
plan on learning a declarative programming language check it out,
At 00:10 02/02/00 +0000, Ross Lynch wrote:
>Just a few _basic_ questions about LISP & Prologue...
>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 ;)).
>ross at domain excentric.com
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