A Comparison Of Dynamic and Static Languiges

Scott M. s-mar at nospam.nospam
Sat Oct 21 20:36:05 CEST 2006


Perhaps you should do your own work so you'll understand the concept and 
learn something?

Also, widely posting your real (unaltered) email address in forums like this 
is a sure way to get noticed by spammers.

Good luck.

<atbusbook at aol.com> wrote in message 
news:1161455284.563900.320430 at m7g2000cwm.googlegroups.com...
> I'm doing a report on the speed of develipment and executionin varius
> programing langiuiges. write code for all these tasks in the languige
> of your choise if intrestied send code to atbusbook at aol.com.
>
> Task 1:
>  write a program that prints how many times you repeat all words in a
> file passed as a comand line
>  paramiter and from STDIN. with the output format being "\"%s\" word
> repeated %i times\n"
> Task 2:
>  write a comand line rpn calculator that has a syntax like forth with
> only floats; also it must have these and
>  only these operations +, -, *, /, ., .s, rot, dup, swap, pick, roll.
> . and .s are pop print and .s print stack in this
>  with a new line after each item and the top of the stack at the
> bottom.
>
> compiler info
>
> c#: mono 1.1.13.7
> perl: perl 5.8.8
> python: python 2.4.2
> ruby: ruby 1.8.4
> 





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