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[31-July-2014] JFuzuli Documentation
[29-July-2014] JFuzuli has an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) now. You can download and install for free.
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[29-July-2014] Our main implementation of Fuzuli Language, JFuzuli, has an online interpreter in which the users can try out.
Our predefined examples as well as their hand-written Fuzuli Code. Try Online
[04-February-2013] Subproject JFuzuli has been started to make the Fuzuli language and interpreter available for the JVM. In this project, we aim to Fuzuli source code be compilable into Java bytecode by serialization. We also plan to make the JVM version 100% compatible with the original.
[18-September-2012] Limited version of Fuzuli compiled for Microsot Windows using MinGw.
This package only contains built-in, io, math and string packages. ncurses, fltk, mysql, gd, sockets and threads are not included.
[10-September-2012] Release notes for Fuzuli 0.1.9
In this revision, we totally focused on optimizations and Fuzuli is %20-%30 faster in some operations including factorial and fibonacci examples when it is compared to the previous version.
[01-August-2012] Fuzuli Online Interpreter and Android Application are ready.
[31-July-2012] Fuzuli, our programming language and interpreter, has a garbage collection utility since its early stages. Garbage collection is an old term in computer science. A chunk of memory is allocated for each software program by operating systems. Programs also allocate memory at runtime. Those programs are respons[...]
[19-July-2012] Since our last commit, Fuzuli supports multithreading. This is the latest milestone that Fuzuli reached in revision tree of 0.1.x. Fuzuli's multithreading capability stands on the well known boost threading library which will be a built-in package in next C++ standard.
[17-June-2012] Fuzuli, our new programming language and interpreter has several internal functions for list operations.
Arrays are prominent objects of programming languages. Although many other programming languages use brackets for setting and getting values of array, this operator is not defined in Fuzuli. Lists are similar to Lisp's lists but they are different. As we sai[...]
[16-June-2012] In this article, I want to show how to sort data vectors using Bubble sort and Quick sort.
Bubble sort is known to be one of the most in-efficient sorting algorithms. Quick sort has lower order of magnitude and it is known to be the most efficient one. The[...]
[15-June-2012] How to calculate the distance between two strings on Fuzuli.
[14-June-2012] Fuzuli has its core libraries inhereted from C++ standard libraries. That is why adapting to Fuzuli does not require climbing a sharp learning curve. Only the requirement is to have a habitat of parenthesis syntax.
[14-June-2012] We have too much written about Fuzuli and its core components but we didn't publish any real world applications run on it.
Fuzuli, our new general purpose programming language and interpreter, is first introduced in Practical Code Solutions blog and has the official web page http://www.fuzuliproject.org.
[11-June-2012] Release notes for Fuzuli 0.1.5
[10-June-2012] Well, it was difficult to shut down our Linux installed machines and start up Windows after a long time interval. Unfortunately, there are many Windows users around the world that want to try out Fuzuli, our new interpreter which is first introduced in Practical Code Solutions blog.
[03-June-2012] "Installing Fuzuli on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS" article is explaining how to install Fuzuli with Deb. package.
So you have to choose correct deb file because that package contains compiled binary files for differenct operation system architectures. In this article, we are talking about how to compile Fuzuli source code. Therefore you don't need to select any options for your system because correct bina[...]
[01-June-2012] Following pictures are explaining how to install Fuzuli on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS using the DEB package given in http://code.google.com/p/fuzuli/downloads/list
[31-May-2012] Our new general purpose interpreter and language Fuzuli was first introduced in Practical Code Solutions and has the official web page in FuzuliProject.org.
Fuzuli has several packages which are mostly wrappers of C++ libraries. One of them is the math package. It is math.nfl and stated in /usr/lib/fuzuli/nfl in Linux installatio[...]
[30-May-2012] Fuzuli has a basic variable scoping strategy and it is easy to understand.
Many Algol family languages supports variable types, variable defining, initial value setting and updating values. Internally, everything in Fuzuli is a Token. A Token is a C++ obj[...]
[30-May-2012] Fuzuli is also suitable for writing CGI (Common Gateway Interface) scripts.
The logic underlying the CGI script is to define a content type for the document and print out the content using the standard input & output routines. Form elements posted by a clie[...]
[26-May-2012] The Fuzuli Manual is now available.
[25-May-2012] Fuzuli, our new programming language and interpreter, was first introduced in Fuzuli: A new general purpose interpreter and language has several input and output functions completely derived from standard C and C++.
Since our language is in its first stages and input and output functions have high priority, Fuzuli has adequate number of functi[...]
[24-May-2012] We are happy to announce that we have just released 0.1 revision of our general purpose interpreter Fuzuli.
Although Fuzuli has a syntax similar to Lisp, it is not intended to be a Lisp clone. We just wanted to have an interpreter that has lots of properties from both Algol and Lisp languag[...]
[24-May-2012] The project page is hosted in Fuzuli Google Code page and the source code is ready for downloading and compiling.
[24-May-2012] Language and function reference released!
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