Mirah is an actively used programming language created in 2009. Mirah (formerly Duby) is a programming language based on Ruby language syntax, local type inference, hybrid static–dynamic type system, and a pluggable compiler toolchain. Mirah was created by Charles Oliver Nutter to be "a 'Ruby-like' language, probably a subset of Ruby syntax, that [could] compile to solid, fast, idiomatic JVM bytecode." The word mirah refers to the gemstone ruby in the Javanese language, a play on the concept of Ruby in Java.. Read more on Wikipedia...
- Mirah ranks in the top 10% of languages
- the Mirah website
- the Mirah wikipedia page
- Mirah first appeared in 2009
- file extensions for Mirah include druby, duby and mirah
- See also: jvm-vm, ruby, java, boo, java-bytecode, jruby, csharp, rails, erb
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Example code from the web:
def foo(a:String, b:int)
Example code from Wikipedia:
def fib(a:int) if a < 2 a else fib(a - 1) + fib(a - 2) end end
Last updated February 18th, 2020