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Learn to code at the library: joke languages

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We were talking the other day about the notion of joke languages and esoteric languages, when a colleague of mine asked me to explain how a programming language could be a joke.

I ended up over-explaining, and thought I might as well share with you as well, dear reader.

A joke language or novelty language involves—

Nerd alert. I really like my text editor


If I’m coding, or writing anything more significant than a medium-length email (like this blog post for example), I’m likely to close out of my email program, MS Word, or whatever else it is I’m using, and reach for Vim.

Vim and Emacs are two of the very first text editors ever made for computers, and they’re still very popular today.

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