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Programming language based on the one-liners of Arnold Schwarzenegger

Let’s make stacker, a pro­gram­ming lan­guage that imple­ments a stack-based cal­cu­la­tor.

There are about six major conceptualizations of memory that dominate today’s programming. Three of them derive from the three most historically important programming languages of the 1950s — COBOL, LISP, and FORTRAN — and the other three derive from the three historically important data storage systems: magnetic tape, Unix-style hierarchical filesystems, and relational databases.

I was reading yet another blog post titled “Why our team moved from to " (I forgot which one) and I started wondering if you can generalize it a bit. Is it possible to generate a N * N contingency table of moving from language X to language Y?