Berkeley, Friday, May 29, 2020 5:22 PM
It [C]ms that C++ got an A+ as the next generation of his pioneers PASCAL, Fortran, and others, which are not BASIC languages (1). All seem somehow complicated. Now, we have [Python]s, ANACONDAs, Pandas, and who knows what else.
It seems that JULIA is missing her [R]omeo. I will see what I can do. MATLAB will be my sword, while I can access or afford it.
Note: Names in [brackets], when needed, are programming languages. Read this phonetically if some words do not have proper spelling. If I did not put them in brackets, I used the programming language as a word standing alone. I also mentioned one cloud and one software library.
(1) To be honest, I am not knowledgeable yet about the actual order of the language programming evolution. I barely know the ones I mentioned before number (1). Thus, this is a note of precaution to please go and check the evolution of language programming and correct me, when you can. While I must be focused now in producing numerical results. When I can, I am also curios on learning how the tool I am applying got here. I have learned some evolution of computers from Pascal (1645) to von Neumann (1948) and Turing (about the same date that his teacher, I believe, von Neumann). Then, regarding the order in history of “high level” programing languages I mentioned, that might be an OK initial idea, but I do not warranty you that was their order in history.