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Donnerstag, 28. Februar 2002
"Yes, K can look like line noise, but unlike Perl, you get alot from this. First you get extreme code density and see the entire problem on the screen at once. I came from a Scheme background and Perl hurt my eyes, so I was very sceptical, but after my roommate persuaded me to look at K harder, I realized that this high code density made it very easy debug and write code. It is rumored that Kdb is written in 26 files of code, each file consisting of a single screen of code, labeled a to z."
Ordentliche K-Propaganda auf Slashdot — gut so! ;-)
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