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V language

V is a concatenative (stack oriented) programming language. It is a close relative of PostScript and Forth. It currently has two implementations, one over JVM and other native (C++).

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Recent releases

  •  24 Aug 2007 08:57

    Release Notes: A new native implementation with a simple instance counting GC is available. A few of the function signatures have changed. The exception handling is more robust now. A syntax file for V in Vim is available in the distribution.

    •  19 Jul 2007 07:09

      Release Notes: The language has become relatively stable. Lots of bugfixes were made in scope handling. Tree operations were added. Generic combinators were moved out into a separate library.


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