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Project Summary

Fancy is a dynamic, object-oriented programming language heavily inspired by Smalltalk, Ruby and Erlang. It supports dynamic code evaluation (as in Ruby & Smalltalk), class-based mixins, (simple) pattern matching, runtime introspection & reflection, "monkey patching" and much more. It runs on Rubinius, the Ruby VM, and thus has first-class integration with Ruby's core library and any additional Ruby libraries that run on Rubinius, including most C-extensions.

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closure closures code compiler concurrent development ducktype dynamic erlang fancy functional interpreter lambda language metaprogramming object_oriented object-oriented patternmatching productivity programming programming_language rubinius ruby scripting smalltalk software_development vm

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Ruby
83%
JavaScript
6%
6 Other
11%

30 Day Summary

Feb 2 2021 — Mar 4 2021

12 Month Summary

Mar 4 2020 — Mar 4 2021