Modularization, Part 2

From our previous discussion in part 1, let us return to variable scope. Programming languages which enforce variable scope do so by logical constraints built into the language framework. There is nothing physical that enforces variable scope in a computer's memory. The language's compiler handles the grunt-work details to create code which achieves variable scoping … Continue reading Modularization, Part 2


Modularization, Part 1

ACLScript is a great domain-specific language for analyzing large sets of data. It is a very comfortable language - like SQL it is fairly verbose and descriptive but even easier to read and manipulate. It fits very nicely with traditional data analysis and I have not yet found a scripting or programming language that is as … Continue reading Modularization, Part 1