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Journal of chaoticset (2105)

Saturday June 07, 2003
10:08 AM

Crack-fuelled

[ #12682 ]
After drinking this morning (one hand Mountain Dew, one hand coffee) and reading about the Outstanding Objects Developed Dirt Cheap, it occurred to me that it's kind of a shame that there's no standard for pseudocode. If there were, you could build pseudocode structures that could then be, say, Perlified, by a Perlifier. (Probably written in Perl, no less.)

But why stop there?! You could write a Javafier, a Guilefier, a Haskellfier, etc. As long as the smaller structures the larger one was built out of had either directly analogous smaller structures, directly analogous language idioms, etc., then it could be coded.

Yeah, I know. Crack-fuelled.

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