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Nim is a programming language created in 2008 by Andreas Rumpf.

Nim (formerly named Nimrod) is an imperative, multi-paradigm, compiled programming language designed and developed by Andreas Rumpf. It is designed to be "efficient, expressive, and elegant", supporting metaprogramming, functional, message passing, procedural, and object-oriented programming styles by providing several features such as compile time code generation, algebraic data types, a foreign function interface (FFI) with C and compiling to JavaScript, C and C++.. Read more on Wikipedia...

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Example code from Riju:

echo "Hello, world!"

Example code from hello-world:

echo("Hello World")

Example code from the Hello World Collection:

# Hello world in Nim echo "Hello World"

Example code from Linguist:

# from: # Special configuration file for the Nim project # gc:markAndSweep hint[XDeclaredButNotUsed]:off path:"$projectPath/.." path:"$lib/packages/docutils" path:"$nim" define:useStdoutAsStdmsg symbol:nimfix define:nimfix cs:partial #define:useNodeIds define:booting define:noDocgen

Example code from Wikipedia:

proc printf(formatstr: cstring) {.header: "<stdio.h>", varargs.} printf("%s %d\n", "foo", 5)

Language features

Feature Supported Example Token
Strings โœ“
"Hello world"
Assignment โœ“ =
MultiLine Comments โœ“
#[ A comment
#[ ]#
Print() Debugging โœ“ echo
Line Comments โœ“
# A comment
Static Typing โœ“
Semantic Indentation โœ“
Macros โœ“
Comments โœ“

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