At this point, it’s probably no surprise that I’m studying Lisp and interpreter design for my qualifying exam. Let’s study together!
In this community installment of Reverse a String in Every Language, let’s learn how to reverse a string in Scheme.
As the repository continues to grow with community support, my role has shifted from coder to author. Now, I spend most of my time trying to keep up with all the support. One of these contributors brought along Hello World in PicoLisp. Let’s check it out!
As the collection of sample programs grow, I continue to discover interesting programming language features. In this article, I document some of the coolest programming language features I’ve come across.
Today, we’re continuing to explore functional languages with an implementation of Hello World in Elixir, a language released in 2011.
Thanks for stopping by for this 18th installment of the Hello World in Every Language series. Today, we’re looking to implement Hello World in Scala, a Java clone from 2004. …
For our sixteenth installment of Hello World in Every Language, we’re looking to tackle Hello World in Haskell, a general-purpose functional programming language.
With Lisp and Scheme out of the way, I figured it might be fun to play with one of Scheme’s dialects, Racket. In this exercise, we’ll implement Hello World in Racket.
After playing with Lisp, I thought it would be fun to try Hello World in Scheme. This led me down the rabbit hole of functional programming languages. Come along for the journey!
At this point in the series, we’re starting to look at functional programming languages. Up first, let’s learn to say Hello World in Lisp.