Joy programming language is a programming language created in 2001. The Joy programming language in computer science is a purely functional programming language that was produced by Manfred von Thun of La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia. Joy is based on composition of functions rather than lambda calculus. It has turned out to have many similarities to Forth, due not to design but to a sort of parallel evolution and convergence. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the Joy programming language wikipedia page
- Joy programming language first appeared in 2001
- tryitonline has an online Joy programming language repl
- See also: scheme, fp, factor, forth, unlambda, c, symbol
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Example code from Wikipedia:
DEFINE qsort == [small]  [uncons [>] split] [enconcat] binrec.
Last updated February 18th, 2020