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11/15/11 10:14
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#184746 - Maybe a comparison?
Responding to: Andy Neil's previous message
I found this neat pdf article describing some of the differences that may be worth looking into.

http://renar.co/media/doc...nagues.pdf

The article does make some good points albeit with not so well organized grammar. So, do not just penalize because the read is sometimes hard to follow.

However, I always fancied the idea that with interpreted languages that the source code could actually change on the fly without the need of a compiler based around the OS. Perhaps several networked machines that may be running different OS and different parts of structured code, maybe one portion of the moderator code would actually dynamically change another portion of code on another machine. Kind of supporting an adaptive learning method for computers. The idea is far out in left field and I doubt I might ever see anything like this.

List of 17 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Interpreted Languages?      Andy Neil      11/11/11 16:08      
   Sometimes it's hidden      Richard Erlacher      11/12/11 00:04      
      p-code      Per Westermark      11/12/11 05:04      
      P-code and others      Oliver Sedlacek      11/15/11 00:03      
      interpreter/compiler      Joseph Hebert      11/15/11 22:35      
         Debatable      Oliver Sedlacek      11/17/11 01:12      
            Not necessarily machine code      Matthias Arndt      11/17/11 01:19      
               Definitely debatable      Oliver Sedlacek      11/17/11 04:43      
                  Ofcourse not      Matthias Arndt      11/17/11 10:22      
   runtime errors      Jan Waclawek      11/12/11 05:22      
      You can't      Per Westermark      11/12/11 05:42      
      You missed the point!      Andy Neil      11/12/11 05:42      
         Not always worth it with interpreted languaes      Per Westermark      11/12/11 06:11      
            I like your thinking      Justin Fontes      11/15/11 10:40      
               Many FORTH implementations are interpreted, aren't they?      Richard Erlacher      11/15/11 11:08      
                  Forth      Per Westermark      11/15/11 11:29      
   Maybe a comparison?      Justin Fontes      11/15/11 10:14      

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