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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Common Lisp barely has syntax.
    But people hate the notation. Otherwise, it would be the one, true language. Which, it may yet be.
    • Do you think the ease of implementation depends on how much people like the notation more than the simplicity of the syntax? That's an intriguing thought.

      • by Alias (5735) on 2007.09.23 18:54 (#57987) Homepage Journal
        He may not, but I do.

        The more people like the notation, the more people will be attracted to assisting with the implementation, which should greatly improve the ease of implementation (from the perspective of a project manager at least)...

        The definition of "ease" is highly subjection and subject to misuse though.

        "How long/easy is a piece of string"