Language peer sets for YORICK:
Designed 2001 ↑
2000s languages ↑
YORICK(ID:2637/yor001)alternate simple view
the language includes scientific visualization functions (with output to your screen), Postscript or binary, text and binary I/O functions for reading and writing numbers by the millions, and basic linear algebra functions adapted from the LAPACK libraries.
Owing to YORICK's array syntax, interpreted programs are compact, nearly free of explicit loops, and can run at speeds up to 20% of optimized compiled speed. This means it's fast enough to do respectable calculations by itself, and to be used as a pre and post processor for state-of-the-art physics simulation codes.
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