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This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.
|Execution method:||Compiled (machine code)|
|Type checking:||Dynamic, Static|
Dylan is an imperative, functional programming language highly inspired by various Lisps. Although original prototypes kept Lisp's s-expr based syntax, modern Dylan is written in a somewhat Pascal/C-inspired syntax. It's object system is notable for being CLOS-style (oriented around generic methods) rather than Smalltalk message-passing style. It allows for a mix of static and dynamic typing.
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Pages in category "Dylan"
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