2012.05.07 in #42
Perl 6 and D separated at birth
This is interesting. I never looked at it, but if the D programming language is really that similar to the power of Perl 6 and it is in a form that can be used in production systems, then it might be interesting to check it out. I love Perl 6 and if I can have something that is similar to it today, then... then the question, why is it not in wide-spread usage yet? Brad Gilbert recommeds to learn D.
2014.10.30 in #171
Perl6 Pi and continued fractions
Way too much pie!
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