How Big Should a Programming Language Be?

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  • Fennel

    Lua Lisp Language

    While in general this is true, I've found a useful lens for approaching a certain type of addition. There are changes which "fill in gaps" without extending the "area" of complexity. For instance, in Fennel we had these three forms in the language:

  • racket

    The Racket repository

    The Racket repo is 1,565,173 lines of code.

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