Learn an unfamiliar programming language by comparing to snippets of code written in one you already know.
This code snippets are primarily intended to cover basic syntax and small concise concepts however larger demonstrations of more complex functionality (such as text parsing, networking, etc) is within the scope of the site.
The comparisons page is the center of the
site and displays a summary of the available 'comparisons' for which
snippets of code may be written.
Using this page:
- If you knew Haskell and wanted to learn lists in python you might search this.
- If you wanted to add content to unanswered comparisons you might search this.
The translations page shows a side by side selection of relevant comparisons from two given languages, allowing you to 'translate' between them. Using this page:
- If you knew Haskell and wanted to learn Python as a whole you might translate.
Your user page displays your privileges on the site and the display name seen against any content you add. In the future, you will be able to request verification of an email address to unlock more site privileges. For now, you will not recieve the verification email.
Currently the majority of the content is a number of examples of how to
use functions and types from two languages
written by myself.
The site is mainly read-only to outsiders until the core functionality has stabilised. You may register without an email address to be granted a limited number of privileges.
Email verification is currently disabled.
This site is alpha quality! Everything is subject to change and may be broken, inefficient or incorrect - content included!