jcheatsheet VS uiua

Compare jcheatsheet vs uiua and see what are their differences.

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jcheatsheet uiua
4 3
5 1,076
- 14.3%
0.0 9.8
over 1 year ago 3 days ago
- MIT License
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Posts with mentions or reviews of jcheatsheet. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-03-13.


Posts with mentions or reviews of uiua. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-10-02.
  • Vector database is not a separate database category
    3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Oct 2023
    As a lover of array languages, I remember being excited to read a futurist article on vector processors and programming languages. It was written right before Wes McKinney worked on Pandas (the J programming language influenced him), and I thought J/APL or another array language was going to explode. J has Jd, in which J is fully integrated. This did not come to pass (yet). No matter, I still enjoy array languages anyway. There's a new array language, uiua[1], that is a mix of array and stack concepts with a good standard library including audio and graphics.

    [1] https://www.uiua.org/

  • Uiua: A minimal stack-based, array-based language
    5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 27 Sep 2023

    > The main language that inspired Uiua is BQN. While I had heard about APL before, BQN was my first real exposure to the power of the array paradigm. I think the language is an astounding feat of engineering. Marshall is both a genius and a great communicator.


    Also, a week ago there were only two contributors to the project: 1000+ by kaikalii, and this single commit by Marshall:


What are some alternatives?

When comparing jcheatsheet and uiua you can also consider the following projects:

kotlingrad - 🧩 Shape-Safe Symbolic Differentiation with Algebraic Data Types

bqnpad - Online REPL for BQN

edina - Edina - A simple stack-oriented compiled programming language.

cognate - A human readable quasi-concatenative programming language

related_post_gen - Data Processing benchmark featuring Rust, Go, Swift, Zig, Julia etc.

BQN - An APL-like programming language. Self-hosted!

ivy - ivy, an APL-like calculator

sqlite-vss - A SQLite extension for efficient vector search, based on Faiss!

ann-benchmarks - Benchmarks of approximate nearest neighbor libraries in Python