Algoid (programming language)

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Algoid is an educational programming language developed around 2012, by Yann Caron a student of computer science at CNAM, (Conservatoire national des arts et métiers at Paris) [1]

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Algoid is an educational language that allows the student to use different paradigms:

It leads onto programming in industry standard language (such as C, Java and C++) and its syntax as close as possible to their respective syntaxes. It implements powerful idioms like meta-object protocol (from python) and cascade (from smalltalk).[1]

To do this, the fundamental principles of Algoid are:

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