This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.
If you know Mirah, please write code for some of the tasks not implemented in Mirah.
- No runtime library
Mirah does not impose any jar files upon you. YOU decide what your application's dependencies should be.
- Clean, simple syntax
We have borrowed heavily from Ruby, but added static typing and minor syntax changes to support the JVM's type system. The result is pleasing to the eye, but as powerful as Java.
- Metaprogramming and macros
Mirah supports various mechanisms for compile-time metaprogramming and macros. Much of the "open class" feel of dynamic languages is possible in Mirah.
- No performance penalty
Because Mirah directly targets the JVM's type system and JVM bytecode, it performs exactly as well as Java.
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