re: What Is Your Main Language? VIEW POST


Picolisp, it's where I prototype, take notes and make plans, script my personal devices, call bash and shared libraries, process datasets and try out web app ideas that never take off.

For some number and graph computing I've recently started exploring J, highly recommended for its brutal expressiveness and the libraries, and it runs fine also under Android which allows silly practice on handhelds when commuting or waiting.

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