If programming languages were religions

If programming languages were religions

Why i created yoruba programming language – anuoluwapo

He left out assembly languages, which are actually unrelated indigenous religions with ancient belief structures and rites of passage like killing a lion, hanging by your thumbs, getting full body tattoos, or spending a month alone in a cave. I understand. My trial went well. I am a true gentleman.
I believe that the absence of smalltalk is further proof of its true strength, given that it influenced so many of the characteristics of other religions while remaining unknown to the masses as the true religion with no religion behind all religion.
Actually, I think Forth is Zen Buddhism for the following reasons:* Syntax is an illusion formed by our own arbitrary meanings of words.* All suffering (stack management issues) is induced by the desire for and attachment to the worldly concept of variables.”
Ruby is a mash-up of various languages and concepts that have been beaten together into something that might be called a script.”
Is this really the case? That’s the first time I’ve read anything like that about Ruby. However, it sounds eerily similar to PHP. “Much of [PHP’s] syntax is borrowed from C, Java, and Perl with a couple of special PHP-specific features thrown in,” according to the PHP FAQs.

From humanities to tech: how a religion phd came to be

I’m sure there were plenty that I overlooked. (Note: There’s probably something in here that would annoy everyone.) (If Programming Languages Were Instruments, in my view, is the obvious missing comparison.) Assembler is my preference for the Stick, as it is the most primitive).
And so on. If you dislike screws, your favorite language gets the screw. The inspiration for the name comes from Perl’s tagline as “the duct tape of the internet,” as well as the fact that for some reason, I started thinking of scripting languages as “blu-tack languages” rather than “glue languages.”
Assembly, in my view, is one of the four essential powers. Or maybe only electromagnetism—microcode and hardware architecture might be the weak and strong nuclear forces, but then what will gravity be like?
Of course, there are much better rums than Bacardi, but mixing the booze (or coffee) with sugary things compresses the dynamic spectrum between the best and the cheap stuff—kind of like listening to Beethoven in a cheap Toyota on a bumpy track.
I like rum and Coke, but Bacardi is disgusting and grossly overpriced. Many people like it and are unaware that even the well-known brand tastes better. However, since it is widely advertised and available, most people think it is a good brand and never check for themselves. It’s a little like Java.

The god debate ii: harris vs. craig

If similarities of programming languages to actual religions bother you, don’t press.

Is the virus a threat to your religion? with sadhguru in

While my goal in this forum is to reduce the language wars, the Javacomparison is spot on 🙂

Regulating religion in africa

If programming languages were religions, http://www.aegisub.net/2008/12/if-programming-languages-were-religions.html
MAYBEBOL, I assume, was the primary vocabulary used by Wall Street firms to direct quantitative strategy.
No, I think “SNOBOL” is a good fit.
HAIRBOL was used by businesses who were no longer solvent. VOLLEYBOL was used by those who are pointing fingers at others. Sorry, these are terrible — I’m in desperate need of some sugar after lunch.
Dmitry Volpyansky wrote on December 18, 2008, at 2:27 PM, “I think MAYBEBOL was the central vocabulary used at Wall Street firms in guiding quantitative strategy.”
No, I think “SNOBOL” is a good fit.
HAIRBOL was used by businesses who were no longer solvent. VOLLEYBOL was used by those who are pointing fingers at others. Sorry, these are terrible — I’m in desperate need of some sugar after lunch.

Garry wills and the q’uran

C is Judaism; it is ancient and conservative, but the majority of the world is familiar with and follows its rules. The catch is that you can’t convert – you’re either into it from the beginning or you’ll think it’s insane. Also, when things go wrong, many people are quick to blame it for the world’s problems.
Java is Fundamentalist Christianity: it is technically founded on C, but it breaks so many of the old rules that it no longer feels like the original. Instead, it implements its own collection of strict rules that its adherents claim are much superior to the original. They are not only convinced that it is the greatest language in the world, but they are ready to burn at the stake those who disagree.
PHP is similar to Cafeteria Christianity in that it competes with Java in the web industry. It borrows a few ideas from C and Java, but only the ones it enjoys. It may not be as coherent as other languages, but it does allow you a lot more flexibility while ostensibly preserving the overall meaning. In addition, the idea of “going to hell” was dropped.