To find the latest Python version, we can use Jacinda to scan HTML with regex, viz.
The GNU sed manual offers the following to join backslash-continued lines:
One can define a
Num instance in Haskell for ASTs of expressions, viz.
Python's popularity in science has been a source of puzzlement, particularly because of its performance problems. To the extent that scientific code has acceptable performance, it is attributed wrappers around C or Fortran code. However, I would like to point out that NumPy provides a core that succeeds for the same reason that APL interpreters written in C have found success, namely, it is performant when dealing with vector operations. This permits nontrivial scientific computation.
If we wish to preserve global uniqueness of names during \(\beta\)-reduction, we have to \(\alpha\)-rename before each substitution. Consider:next