Comparisment

   - compare programming languages by example

Tags

Tags are assigned to entire comparisons and describe the category of content they belong to.
Tags are distinct from languages which are automatically assigned to comparisons when answers are submitted.

All tags:

20
Random access collections of data.
6
Operations on boolean values.
8
Operations on single characters.
15
Execute multiple code paths 'at once'.
10
Determining which code paths to take.
2
A specialised format for organising and storing data.
11
Operations on unordered collections of name=>value pairs.
13
Values which may be one of a number of enumerated alternatives.
3
Sequence of instructions to transform inputs to outputs.
1
IO
Input and Output.
17
Ordered collections of zero, one or many values.
18
Collect together the languages symbols to be hidden or exposed for use in different locations.
5
Operations on numerical values.
14
Names which reference objects in memory.
21
Encoding and decoding data types as bytes.
16
Generate values as they are demanded.
7
Operations on textual data.
4
The structure of built-in language components.
19
Pair two or many values together to be treated as one.
12
Properties of variables which may be optional or required, determined at compile time or at runtime and are used to restrict and ensure correctness of values.
9
Things which hold values which may or may not change/ exist or be set.

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