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is there anyone who is fan of languages like APL, forth, wolfram, ML, prolog, ... where r these even used now a days? what kind of industries? anyone on devRant

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    I haven't used a number of those in a while, but the paradigms these programming languages represent resurface often.

    Forth -> stack&dictionary-based light weight DSLs that are efficient and easy to implement.

    Prolog -> constraint based programming.

    ML & friends -> pure functional-style programming styles in multithreaded applications and e.g. C++ template programming.
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