3 points by jsgrahamus 57 days ago | link I work with MUMPS as my work programming language. Assuming you had an array of 10 numbers, to get the sum you would do something like this:`````` F I=1:1:10 S ARR(I)=I ; Stores 1-10 in array ARR S SUM=0 F I=1:1:10 S SUM=SUM+ARR(I) W !,SUM ; Writes sum `````` In Klong you would do as follows: arr::1+!10 :" Initializes list arr with values of 1-10" .p(+/arr) :" .p() prints and +/arr sums all elements of the list"I always thought that MUMPS was terse, but for certain things at least, it doesn't hold a candle to Klong. Of course, I thought Minnesota was green until I saw Wisconsin. And now I live in Washington state.reply
 3 points by jsgrahamus 55 days ago | link Fixing the formatting.I work with MUMPS as my work programming language. Assuming you had an array of 10 numbers, to get the sum you would do something like this:`````` F I=1:1:10 S ARR(I)=I ; Stores 1-10 in array ARR S SUM=0 F I=1:1:10 S SUM=SUM+ARR(I) W !,SUM ; Writes sum `````` In Klong you would do as follows:`````` arr::1+!10 :" Initializes list arr with values of 1-10" .p(+/arr) :" .p() prints and +/arr sums all elements of the list" `````` I always thought that MUMPS was terse, but for certain things at least, it doesn't hold a candle to Klong. Of course, I thought Minnesota was green until I saw Wisconsin. And now I live in Washington state.reply
 3 points by jsgrahamus 47 days ago | link akkartik was kind enough to provide a spot for the paper on this project:https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bwqm_FatZFB3MGFDQVRlNXBNekUThanks, akkartik!reply
 3 points by jsgrahamus 54 days ago | link I published a paper on my results of using Klong. Would like to share it with this group, but am not sure where to put it so that you all could access it.reply
 3 points by akkartik 53 days ago | link Google Drive? You can share a document so anyone with the link can access it.Another option is Gitlab or Bitbucket. Put the file in a repository (ideally with any of your code for the paper!) and push it.I can do it for you if you like. Just email the paper to me. (My address is in my profile.)reply
 3 points by jsgrahamus 59 days ago | link Not sure how this applies to arc. They are both niche programming languages? They both strive for brevity?reply
 2 points by akkartik 59 days ago | link Seems reasonable to me :)reply