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Skip Cave: "It is clear that multi-core, multi-processor systems are hitting the streets, and most anyone will be able to purchase dual or quad core machines at a reasonable price. Soon, the standard consumer system will be multi-core. Array-oriented languages are uniquely positioned to take advantage of parallel processing architectures. It is much easier for an interpreter to discover the "blocks" of processing from a program written in J or APL, than [for] a [create C++] compiler or Java [byte] code interpreter. [There's] a much better chance to efficiently partition computations across the multiple cores in the new processors, effectively achieving parallel processing. [...] Parallel processing could be the most compelling reason to date for programmers to adopt array-oriented languages."
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