Ring (language) with Syntax Flexibility

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Ring (language) with Syntax Flexibility

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https://ring-lang.github.io/doc1.17/rin ... about-ring

https://ring-lang.github.io/doc1.3/synt ... e-and-give

The Ring language is very interesting to me, it's syntax flexibility means you can modify the keywords and operators of it's syntax before the rest of the code / compilation takes place which allows for the rest of the code that follows to be made to look a lot more like various other programming languages. If you look at the examples on that page I linked to above you will see why I posted about it in the xTalk Implementations section.
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