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What are the features of dynamic languages (like Ruby or Clojure) which you are missing in Scala?


What are the features of dynamic languages (like Ruby or Clojure) which you are missing in Scala?

By : 0pinion
Date : November 20 2020, 07:00 PM
Hope this helps In principle, you give up being able to ignore what type you're using when it is not clear (in the static context) what the right thing to do is, and that's about it.
Since complex type-checking can be rather time-consuming, you also probably are forced to give up fast on-line metaprogramming.
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Overview of features in Clojure coming from other languages than CL

Overview of features in Clojure coming from other languages than CL


By : Lisa French
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine Some features loosely based on other languages that I am aware of:
Lazy evaluation / lazy lists : Haskell Persistent data structures : Haskell and other pure functional languages Dynamic typing: any dynamic language e.g. Groovy, Javascript Type hinting (for performance): various languages Code-is-data and macro based meta-programming: LISP JVM execution and interoperability: Groovy, Scala
Getting started programming in dynamic languages in Android ((J)Ruby, Clojure...)

Getting started programming in dynamic languages in Android ((J)Ruby, Clojure...)


By : Erich Harkema
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help See this question. Have you considered Scala? I know its not a dynamic language, but it seems to be the best alternative to Java right now.
Why Clojure/Lisp Programs are faster than other dynamic languages?

Why Clojure/Lisp Programs are faster than other dynamic languages?


By : user3587927
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps It is almost impossible to answer this question - it depends very much on how well the benchmark code is written, what exactly is being tested, whether you are allowed to use libraries that exploit native code, whether you are writing "idiomatic" code or optimising for performance etc.
So as always, you should treat all microbenchmarks with caution.
How to add new JVM languages e.g. Scala, Clojure, Fantom, Groovy to Eclipse IDE?

How to add new JVM languages e.g. Scala, Clojure, Fantom, Groovy to Eclipse IDE?


By : Yuna Lee
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. You typically install a plugin for that language using Eclipse's build in plugin language.
for instance for Clojure you can search the plugin manager for "counter clockwise" to get Clojure support. for Scala it looks like http://scala-ide.org/ is a good starting point for detailed instructions and a nice screencast on setting this up. It's worth noting that many JVM languages like Clojure don't need to be explicitly installed, they are downloaded as required by standard Java build tools like Maven. Other languages like Groovy are more easily used if you install them explicity.
Which features are missing in Ruby on Rails

Which features are missing in Ruby on Rails


By : Stefanel
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you It's honestly a pretty full-featured framework. After using it professionally for two years, I have never come across anything Rails couldn't handle. In fact, quite the contrary, I'm constantly finding more and more amazing features I wasn't previously aware of.
Plus with the concepts of gems and plugins, the sky is the limit.
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