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latro - A simple, general-purpose functional programming language

  •    Haskell

Latro is a statically-typed, general-purpose functional programming language designed to make people more productive. It does not attempt to include every esoteric language feature, or bury you in cryptic discourse on bleeding-edge type theory. The goal is to blend some of the core ideas of functional programming into a clear, concise syntax that will appear familiar to people more accustomed to popular languages like Ruby, Java, and Go -- and bundle it in an easy-to-use build/package ecosystem. Every language has things that make it great, and also things that make it not so great; while I don't like to explain Latro by way of criticizing other languages far more powerful and well-established, I think it's important to be clear about what this project aims not to be.