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reply "renoX" <renozyx gmail.com> writes:
Hello,

the thread about tuples reminded about Julia because it supports 
tuples natively and its syntax for (de)constructing tuples is 
simple: http://julialang.org/manual/functions/

It's a very different language from D, being dynamically typed 
(but with optionnal static typing and multiple dispatch) but it's 
still interesting: opensource (MIT licensed) and 1.0 release 
recently, so for those who like languages:

http://julialang.org/

Best regards,
renoX
Mar 02 2012
parent Caligo <iteronvexor gmail.com> writes:
I'm not impressed.  Sage is superior in many ways, and many who use
things like Matlab or Mathematica are moving to Sage.

Here are some old benchmarks:
http://www.sagemath.org/tour-benchmarks.html

They should include Sage in their High-Performance JIT Compiler comparison.

On Fri, Mar 2, 2012 at 6:26 AM, renoX <renozyx gmail.com> wrote:
 Hello,

 the thread about tuples reminded about Julia because it supports tuples
 natively and its syntax for (de)constructing tuples is simple:
 http://julialang.org/manual/functions/

 It's a very different language from D, being dynamically typed (but with
 optionnal static typing and multiple dispatch) but it's still interesting:
 opensource (MIT licensed) and 1.0 release recently, so for those who like
 languages:

 http://julialang.org/

 Best regards,
 renoX

Mar 10 2012