[TUHS] v7 K&R C
rdm at cfcl.com
Wed May 20 13:52:17 AEST 2020
On a vaguely-related note, for some years I've been using the phrase
"algebraic syntax" to characterize languages such as Algol, C/C++,
Fortran, Java(Script), Ruby, etc. Contrary examples might include
Assembler, COBOL, Forth, Lisp, RPG, etc.
However, I can't find this usage in Wikipedia or elsewhere in the
Intertubes. Am I simply confused? Is there a better term to use?
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