Features you've removed from your lang? Why did you put them in, why did you take them out?

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  • letlang

    Functional language with a powerful type system.

  • In the early drafts of Letlang, I had the goal to add an equation solver. I got rid of that because:

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  • TablaM

    The practical relational programing language for data-oriented applications

  • For my relational lang I marry also array paradigms and start doing it to be "columnar". This is neat for performance but clashes heavily with everything.

  • lobster

    The Lobster Programming Language

  • Over the ~12 years of Lobster (https://strlen.com/lobster/) 's existence, features that were removed (in this order): * Lexical scoping. * Icon style backtracking. * Small-talk like syntax. * Dynamic Typing. * Multimethods. * Frame based state (like FRP). * Co-routines.

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