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i programming language on rosetta code.org where to find more information ?

Hi,
i found the i programming language on rosettacode.org.

Where to find more information about that language "i". ???

Here i found it :

Category:I - Rosetta Code[^]

What I have tried:

i searched everywhere.
i searched everywhere.
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Updated 1-Nov-19 8:25am

Don't duplicate posts: you already have this in the forums: i programming language on rosetta code homepage. where to find more information about language i ? - - Uncategorised posts - Discussion Boards[^] so duplicating it duplicates work - and that annoys people.

And that isn't a programming language called "i" - it's a category of things that include "i". I've never heard of a language called "i", and neither has Wikipedia: List of programming languages - Wikipedia[^]
 
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Member 14641430 1-Nov-19 8:22am     CRLF
No , i is a language. When you go on , let us say "arrays" on rosetta code you can choose "i" as language to present an array. Here is the code that i have seen under "arrays" and "i". main //Fixed-length arrays. f $= array.integer[1]() f[0] $= 2 print(f[0]) //Dynamic arrays. d $= list.integer() d[+] $= 2 print(d[1]) }
 
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Member 14641430 1-Nov-19 14:35pm     CRLF
hey man , many thanks for that. i have searched on Github only the term i , not ilang. Now you have the answer. Many Thanks.
Member 14641430 1-Nov-19 14:35pm     CRLF
hey man , many thanks for that. i have searched on Github only the term i , not ilang. Now you have the answer. Many Thanks.
I just stands for the meta-category on linked wiki which regroups all categories whose names begin with the letter I.

Maybe you were searching for Category: Programming Languages[^], which is the meta-category on same wiki which regroups all categories concerning individual programming languages.

A final note though: the site you refer to regroup concepts about generic algorithms or requirements, with implemented examples in as much distinct languages as possible. Thus, it is not the best source if you are interested in the knowledge of a specific language.
It remains unclear which type of information you are searching for.
 
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On the category page for "I"[^], there is a link to "I on the HOPL[^]".

That site appears to be dead, but the wayback machine has an archive:
https://web.archive.org/web/20170324231716/http://hopl.info/findlanguages2.prx?language=I&which=byname[^]

As you can see from that page, there is no programming language listed called "I".

There is an "I+", which appears to be an obscure academic programming language from 1995:
I+: A multiparadigm language for object-oriented declarative programming - ScienceDirect[^]
http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~luk/luk_papers/compLang95.ps.gz[^]

It's not immediately obvious to me whether that is the same language that you're looking at.

Given the almost complete lack of information on the language, I don't think it's something you'd ever want to use.
 
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