Two Great New Features
Finally, another great feature is its integration with Windows, my development platform, and File Explorer. This is great for quick compile-time checking, even though the command line is still available.
So here is an example of conversion. I declared a function and its parameters as Int (integer) types. You notice it is JS 2011 standard that is widely accepted.
Functional Programming and Ramda
Here are two different ways of creating a new list from an existing one. Simply adding one to every value. The imperative way is to loop explicitly through a list with temporary variables. By contrast, in functional programming we code a rule for the map function to complete the process. We do not care how that is done. You will notice the Ramda library is treated as an object and is referenced by R., such as R.map(. A final remark about this code. I could have declared newList as a const, and the code would still work. const blocks you from reassigning a variable name to a new list, in this case. If you want stricter immutability, then check out https://github.com/facebook/immutable-js.
From Other Lingos?
Multiple inheritance, recursive tuple assignment, multi-loop nested list comprehensions, LHS and RHS extended slices, assignment of bound functions, lambdas, named, default, *args and **kwargs parameters, properties, optional operator overloading, iterators, generators, async/await, selective exception handling and a hierarchical module system are just a few of its characteristics that make this clear. Transcrypt is parsed by CPython’s AST module, so no surprises there.
Lisp, Closure, and Parentheses