Croma

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Croma
Designed by Patrick Collison
Developer Patrick Collison
Appeared in 2005
Stable release 1.2
Influenced by Lisp
OS Cross-platform
For other uses, see Croma (disambiguation).

Croma is a dialect of the Lisp programming language created by the 2005 Irish Young Scientist of the Year, Patrick Collison.

This language went on to take second place at the 17th European Contest for Young Scientists in Moscow.

The underlying structure has been rewritten in C and Erlang-style multiprocessing has also been added. First class macros have been dropped from the features of Croma.

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