Lisp-like language descended mainly from E and Scheme.
Cant, a message-oriented language
This is a hobby project: a programming language descended mainly from E and Scheme. Nowadays there are at least two more direct and more interesting and useful E descendants: Secure EcmaScript and Monte.
;; SICP exercise 2.29 ;; (I renamed 'total-weight' to just 'weight'.) ;; OO version (to (mobile<- left right) (make _ (to ~.weight (+ left.weight right.weight)) (to ~.balanced? (and left.balanced? right.balanced? (= left.torque right.torque))))) (to (branch<- length submobile) (let structure (if (number? submobile) (weight<- submobile) submobile)) (make _ (to ~.torque (* length structure.weight)) (to msg (call structure msg)))) (to (weight<- value) (make _ (to ~.weight value) (to ~.balanced? #yes))) (let test-mobile (mobile<- (branch<- 1 10) (branch<- 2 (mobile<- (branch<- 3 20) (branch<- 4 30))))) (let test-balanced-mobile (mobile<- (branch<- 7 10) (branch<- 1 (mobile<- (branch<- 3 40) (branch<- 4 30))))) (out .print test-mobile.balanced?) (out .print test-balanced-mobile.balanced?)
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