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DEPRECATED-The deva programming language

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DEPRECATED v1 - v2 is current, hosted on bitbucket

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[The deva language v1 was a learning experiment for creating an interpreted language from the ground-up, with no prior working knowledge on the subject. It makes about every mistake possible... the author went on to create a second version to apply the lessons from v1. v2 is a workable scripting language, but like all such attempts, a third version would include even more lessons (ad infinitum)]

Original goal:
The 'deva' programming language. A small dynamic, language bearing some similarities to C and Python. Designed for embedding in C++ applications, it is also suitable for simple scripting applications. Written to be as simple as possible.

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Categories

Compilers, Interpreters

License

MIT License

Features

  • "C-ish" syntax
  • fully dynamic
  • multi-paradigm: basic OOP and functional programming support
  • "slicing" notation (ala Python)
  • embeddable in C++
  • includes (byte-)compiler, interpreter/executor and debugger

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Intended Audience

Developers

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2009-11-11

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