Q is a programming language created in 1991 by Albert Gräf.
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Pure, successor to the equational language Q, is a dynamically typed, functional programming language based on term rewriting. It has facilities for user-defined operator syntax, macros, arbitrary-precision arithmetic (multiple-precision numbers), and compiling to native code through the LLVM. Pure is free and open-source software distributed (mostly) under the GNU Lesser General Public License version 3 or later. Read more on Wikipedia...
extern int puts(char*); hello = puts "Hello, world!"; hello;
|Q For Mortals: A Tutorial In Q Programming||Borror, Jeffry A.||2008||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform|
|Static Type Inference for the Q language using Constraint Logic Programming||Zsolt Zombori and J. Csorba and P. Szeredi||2012||4||0|
|Programming quantum computers: a primer with IBM Q and D-Wave exercises||F. Mueller and Greg Byrd and P. Dreher||2019||3||0|