[erlang-questions] OT: Please highlight me about JAVA C++ as high level languages just like erlang.

黃耀賢 (Yau-Hsien Huang) g9414002.pccu.edu.tw@REDACTED
Thu Jan 21 14:37:29 CET 2010

In general, all languages but assembly are at higher level than assembly,
all languages but assembly and native languages are at higher level than
assembly and native languages, and DSLs are at higher level than languages
constructed with virtual machines.

Does the abstract machine of Erlang, JAM, belong to virtual machines? I'm
still not sure.

2010/1/21 Angel J. Alvarez Miguel <clist@REDACTED>

> So then what category erlang, haskell, lisp are? Very high level? DSL's?
> it seems to me that C++, and Java poorly manage to scape 2G paradigms and
> do
> deserve to loose this "enligthed view as highlevel languages" in favor of
> more
> recent an modern pythons, rybies, haskell and of course erlang.
> what's your opinion, please tell me.
> Thanks!!
> Some "folks" view C++ or Java as High level languages very capable
> languages
> even with lots of people questioning now if OOP has failed again

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