What I’d choose from Java and Python to build my own programming language
Wouldn’t it be cool if we could easily select features to build our own programming language? Imagine when you buy a car or a computer, for example — you select a base model/something to start with, and then add or remove options. I work with Java for a few good years, and I like it — it’s not dead for sure (not for me at least). But I’d wish I could quickly start coding in the terminal, as you can do with Python. Am I asking for too much?
I don’t want to move to Python completely. Overall, I don’t want to switch languages for working with different domains. Perhaps I can build my own from scratch, including whatever I want. But it’s not the point. I’d like to have a generic template and pick and choose different features easily.
Without further ado, below are some of the things I’d like my perfect language to have. Inspired by Java and Python.
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