About the THAIL project
here's a link to their development:
Why are you making this? I know that its a cool exercise and project to do but if you seriously want to make a new language then why? what advantages does it have over others,
That's how I think all the current popular languages have survived, their use and popularity and efficiency people didn't need a whole new language especially if the differences were tiny between them as well as that it's especially risky dedicating yourself to a language no one else knows, so your language must be pretty good at something - to be at least used.
(and also explain this please: `printline = "hello".)
I dunno what that rant was but I think you get my point...here as some examples of modern languages and why they popular
Python: very easy to use and learn .Used for AI and data analysis
Java: I dunno why it is popular but it's pretty good for making games
HTML : basically e language the web is made up of, quite easy to
learn - not this is a front end language so it doesn't really
JS: goes pretty well with HTML and allows for interactivity on
websites and now games
c++: very popular among game developers and some app makers as it is
a very powerful league and allows for procedural stuff and other
(don't know that much)
Yeah obviously these languages could do anything but this is what they are best at...
Well this language is built for math. The team has been working on tons of math functions
@LiamDonohue Umm... you ought to look at Wolfram Language. Your already outmatched. Do you happen to be a mathematical genius? Do you have an AI helping you code and find answers? Do you have a cloud server to help too? A massive community? A super easy language to learn? Ehh, you have some competition.
@LiamDonohue I have a few questions, If you wouldn't mind obliging me in answering them I'd be grateful.
1. Do you have a Github repository?
2. Are the mathematics functions written in THAIL or some other language?
3. Can I join?
4. What is the first version of the translator being written in?