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Re (3): Turing completeness and syntactic elegance;

From: <peasthope@shaw.ca>
Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2012 07:23:39 -0800
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Cc: peasthope@shaw.ca
From:	Steve Schafer <steve@fenestra.com>
Date:	Mon, 03 Dec 2012 21:43:16 -0500
> 1) Perhaps the most commonly encountered example is SQL, ...

Never looked at SQL but accept what you say.

> 2) Some of the layout managers used in Java are effectively declarative, ...

Nice example, thanks.

> 3) Functional languages are mostly declarative. 

APL and J are my best experiences in functional programming 
and I get the gist of this example.  Will have to learn some 
Haskell one day.

Thanks for the explanation,     ... Peter E.





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