Fri, 1 Jan 1999 23:43:17 +0100 (CET)
Rice> LAZY MINDS you have!
Rice> the only way for Tunes to justify its own existence is to
Rice> add to the science of information systems in general
Rice> and the fewer the implicit concepts, the better!!
Rice> the Arrow language does this!!
Ok. Let's get concrete:
1) How do you code the Hello World program in Arrow?
2) How do you code the (recursive) factorial program in Arrow?
3) How do you code the meta-program which transform this previous
recursive program in an iterative one?
I agree with many postings on Tunes, but I believe that it is not that
easy. Basically, Tunes is about 22th century computing science and we
are still in the 20th. [[I'm paraphrasing what a famous physicist told
about a recent physical theory -probably superstrings]]
a Happy New Year to everyone!
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