A modern, multi-paradigm programming language.
Asteroid is a modern, multi-paradigm programming language that supports first-class patterns. More details can be found at the website asteroid-lang.org. Documentation on Asteroid can be found at asteroid-lang.readthedocs.io.
New in Release 1.1.3
Fixes a fatal bug on Windows regarding the
readlinefunctionality in Python 3.10.
Fixes a bug with escaped double quotes in strings.
New in Release 1.1.2
An experimental implementation of an interactive debugger that supports debugging pattern matching and in particular, pattern matching with first-class patterns.
A Python API allowing the developer to call the Asteroid interpreter from within a Python program and also embed Python code in an Asteroid program.
stridenotation in list comprehensions and replaced it with the
Lots of bug fixes.
New in Release 1.0.0
Interpreter line-editing features similar to Python include interactive editing, history substitution and code completion on systems that support the GNU Readline library.
New object-based modules for system modules. For example the functions within the
iomodule are now accessed with the
load system io. io @println "Hello, World!".
In the absence of explicit return statements the last expression evaluated within a function body provides an implicit return value, e.g.,
function inc with i do i+1 end
Lots of bug fixes!
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