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Listed below are all of the tasks on Rosetta Code which have been solved using Glee.

Glee is an experimental array programming language that attempts to deliver stronger string/text manipulation capabilities than those currently offered in languages such as APL, J, and K, while maintaining their capabilities at manipulating numeric data.

Glee is targeted at applications where scripting languages such as Perl and Python are currently the first choice. The designer of Glee expects that it will be able to carve a niche for itself thanks to Glee's vector processing capabilities, as all the competitors are scalar language.[1]


  1. Glee programming language at


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Pages in category "Glee"

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