(LSE) A language-sensitive editor from DEC.
- Languages of choice
C and Lisp. Nearly every hacker knows one of these, and most good ones are fluent in both. Smalltalk and Prolog are also popular in small but influential communities. There is also a rapidly dwindling category of older hackers with Fortran, or even assembler, as their language of choice. They often prefer to be known […]
- Language typology
noun See linguistic typology
noun, Linguistics. 1. a trait or property of language that exists, or has the potential to exist, in all languages.
[lahng] /lɑ̃g/ noun, French. 1. the linguistic system shared by the members of a community (contrasted with ). /lɑːŋɡ/ noun 1. (linguistics) language considered as an abstract system or a social institution, being the common possession of a speech community Compare parole (sense 5)