Is Programming Puzzles & Code Golf the right place to ask my question:
Which programming or description language has the most / least reserved words?
The question will have rules to limit the answers :).
- The language is a
- declarative or
programming language (PL) or
- a description language (DL).
- The language can be a domain specific language (DSL).
- A reserved word is a
- built-in function and
- contextual reserved word.
- A keyword is a word that can not be used as an identifier like
- Built-in functions or procedures are functions built into the language and are not part of a library. The are always accessable in all scopes and can not be unloaded from the current scope. Example:
- Contextual reserved words are reserved words in a context. Outside of the context they can be freely used.
Language: VHDL (Very High Speed Hardware Description Language) Type: Description Language Keywords: 115 Built-ins: 0 Contextual: 0 --------------------------- Reserved words: 115