Wrapping Up Factor

Seven More Languages in Seven Weeks — by Bruce A. Tate, Fred Daoud, Ian Dees, Jack Moffitt (25 / 58)

👈 Day 3: Balancing on a Boat | TOC | Chapter 3 Elm 👉

A concatenative language such as Factor may seem backward at first, but the left-to-right flow of actions reads in the same sequence as we read words on a page. When you edit a line of code with a series of functions and want to process the result with one more function call, you add the word at the end of the line instead of wrapping everything in…

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