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    Doesn’t include anything in the APL language family. BQN is my favorite: it’s modern in many ways and supports other paradigms too. After learning the basics it’s sufficient even for tasks that don’t fit the array paradigm at all, yet much better than traditional languages, numpy etc with n-dimensional arrays.

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      Wow I had not known about BQN but I’ve played with J and APL. Thanks so much for this.

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      Cool list, but it would be so much more useful as a table with columns like “interpreted, “GC”, “functional”, “OO”, “looks like [language] if you squint”…