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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Why? (Score:3, Interesting)

    So why should I implement a Logo interpreter in Perl?

    You're new here, aren't you? ;)

    Because you can.

    If Logo was a great teaching language, then a portable Logo interpreter would be a good teaching tool. There's a Perl BASIC interpreter out there, too, I remember; emulated Applesoft BASIC and was fun to play with.

    IIRC, Logo was billed as a variant of Lisp (but without the parenthesis, I guess), so parsing and interpreting Logo in Perl might be a first step toward parsing and interpreting Lisp/Sc

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