Tag: languages

My wish-list for yet another programming language

I’ve collected my notes on various language features and tools that I wish were more common in modern “general-purpose” languages. Some of them are already available in some languages, some of them are wild ideas that I’m not sure will ever work… this is more like a brain-stormed list of things that address some of […]

An inquiry into CPL values

Christopher Strachey and CPL are sometimes mentioned in the discussions of C++ value categories, though usually just briefly and for dubious reasons: C++ value categories are defined in a specific fashion different from Strachey’s blueprints, and some even say that the analogy is downright confusing. I’ve attempted to get a better understanding of the issue, and this post summarizes my findings. “The terms […]