A++: The Smallest Programming Language in the World
by Georg P. Loczewski
Publisher: S. Toeche-Mittler Verlag 2004
A++ is a minimal programming language that has been built on the Lambda Calculus with the purpose to serve as a learning instrument rather than as a programming language used to solve practical problems. It may very well be called the smallest programming language in the world.
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