Download now Free registration required
The Gozer language is a highly dynamic Lisp dialect designed for the rapid development of complex scripts that can easily exploit a distributed environment as well as local parallelism. Although fundamentally object-oriented, it supports multiple programming paradigms, including functional, imperative, object-oriented and generic. Gozer runs on the Java virtual machine and incorporates ideas from languages such as Common Lisp, Scheme, and Java, among others. It is in production usage at RiskMetrics Group. The Gozer language is a Lisp dialect that could be described as a scripting language due to its support for interactive development, rapid prototyping, and tight integration with existing Java libraries.
- Format: PDF
- Size: 306.7 KB