Gravity is a MIT licensed open-source programming language that was originally created for Android and iOS development purposes. Like all other modern programming languages, it has support for advanced programming, such as object oriented programming and functional programming.
Its naming convention and syntax are very similar to the Swift language, which is Apple’s native language for iOS development. And like this language Python, every variable is an object. Probably a factor as to why they’re doing so poorly is Swift. If it weren’t for Swift, this language called Gravity would probably be much more popular.
At first glance it sounds like a venomous snake, but it’s actually another programming language. Speaking of which, even after hearing the name of Python, it should feel like a poisonous snake. However, the target of this language called Viper is EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine). As many of you know, Etherium is a popular cryptocurrency just like Bitcoin. The programming language used in Etherium is called Solidity.
However, this new language called Viper has been created for the purpose of fixing some security loopholes and bad security practices. This language is primarily based on Python, as the Python language is programmed using C. Honestly, this language has nothing to do with creating real world programs or apps outside of cryptocurrency and blockchain. But if you want to learn cryptocurrency and blockchain infrastructure, you may need to learn Viper.
Morfa has some specific language features that allow you to create DSL (Domain Specific Language). The language also has advanced programming concepts and features such as operator overloading, user-defined operators, and hire order functions. In this language you can write code in syntax much like matrix. And, according to the benchmark results, the performance of Morfa code is comparable with C ++ and C.
For example, COBOL is used in sensitive data calculations performed on IBM’s supercomputers, or in calculations that need to be performed accurately every second (such as banking or credit card transactions or ticketing systems). You may be surprised to know that COBOL language was developed almost 100 years ago today and COBOL is still actively used in most supercomputers and banking sectors and new COBOL developers are being hired every day.
After hearing so much, you might think that COBOL is a very hard-to-learn language like C ++. But that is not the case. Compared to other modern languages, COBOL is a very easy-to-learn language. Its syntax is close to English like Python. The language is a lot more impeccable, like working with a simple command. If you are interested in security, back-end and mainly system-level programming, you can definitely try learning COBOL.