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C vs. perl 6

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Preference (52% global votes) (83% global votes)
Website ? perl6.​org
License ?
Unicode Yes Yes
Interpreter No Yes
Description Statically typed language. Object-oriented programming including generics, roles and multiple dispatch
Tag Procedural Multi-paradigm, Object Oriented, procedural, Meta, Closure
Multi-user system Yes ?
Extension/Plug-in Yes Yes
Operating system
Programming language ?
WYSIWYG-Editor Yes No
Multiple projects Yes ?
Standard compliance Yes ?
Revision control Yes ?
Atomicity Yes ?
Horizontal scalable Yes Yes
Template language ?
Target audience
Full text search Yes ?
Difficulty level
Version number 12.ª 6.c
Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) Yes ?
Machine Code Generation Yes Yes
Release Date 1972 25ᵗʰ December 2015
Documentation level ★★★★☆ ★★★☆☆
E-Mail protocols ?
Code Generation Yes Yes
Dynamic typing No Yes
Programming paradigm
Comments Yes ?
Scripting language support ?
Free to use Yes Yes
Active Yes Yes
Creation Date 1972 25ᵗʰ December 2015
Reliability ★★★★☆ ★★★★☆
Compiled language Yes Conditional
Embeddable Yes ?
Compiler Yes Yes
Jobs Oportunities ★★★★☆ ★★☆☆☆
Implementation flexibility (33% global votes) (100% global votes)
Out-of-the-box functionality (50% global votes) (100% global votes)
Control structures Yes ?
Annotation Support No ?
Realtime Yes Yes
Ease of use ★★★★☆ ★★★☆☆
Free for commercial use Yes Yes
Duck typing No Yes
Useless No ?
Easy of Use No Yes
Sexiness 1 ?
JVM No Yes
CLR No ?
Lambda Expressions No Yes
Language Integrated Query Yes ?
Properties Yes ?
Partial Classes Yes ?
Unsafe code support Yes Yes
Native asynchronous operators await/async No Yes
Perfomance ★★★★★ ★★★★☆
I like it Yes Yes
Static Typing Yes Yes
Supported from Google Yes ?
Makes you angry Yes ?
Easy to Learn Yes ?
Ajax Yes ?
Higher Kinded Types No ?
Object Oriented Models No Yes
Operating system server
Will get you a job Yes No
Is reliable and secure Yes ?
Text-based Yes ?
Supported by Microsoft Yes ?
Amount of letters 1 ?
Can function without AJAX Yes ?
Enterprise Yes ?
Namespaces Yes Yes
Developed for Human No Yes
Exist In The Future Yes ?
Garbage Collection No Yes
fappable Yes ?
Increase Stress Levels Yes ?
Inheritance No ?
C++ power No Yes
Makes your hair fall Yes ?
Looks good on resumé Yes ?
High peformance Yes ?
Can be developed from linux Yes Yes
Doesn't Suck Yes Yes
Do I Like it Yes ?
Is it Lisp? No Yes
Can create an OS in it ?
Will it blend? No ?
Actually works Yes ?
has pointers Yes ?
is a language? Yes Yes
Hello World! Yes Yes
Yes or No? Yes ?
Best language ever? Yes Yes
can understand parseltongue? No ?
Justin Bieber No ?
Allows Spaghetti code Yes Yes
Image processing engin ? Any
Transactions ? Conditional
Map and reduce ? Yes
Multi tasking ? Yes
RESTful ? Conditional
Community Driven ? Basic
API ? Good
Browser support ?
Latest Standard ? January 2016
Open Source ? Yes
Type inference ? Yes
Value types creation ? Yes
Value type variables passing as reference ? Yes
Safe casting ? Yes
Global Assembly Cache ? Yes
Runtime dynamic types ? Yes
Closures ? Yes
Debug Mode ? Yes
Dependency Injection ? Yes
Symbols ? Yes
Extensibility ? Yes
Pattern Matching ? Yes
Object-Oriented Views ? Yes
Package Manager ? Yes
JIT Compiler ? Yes
Self Server ? Yes
Scalability ? Yes
Ability to link to external programs and systems ? Yes
Bytecode Generation ? Yes
Official IDE Support ? No
Concurrency ? Yes
Dynamic Language ? Yes
Written By Monkeys ? No
javascript compiler ? Yes
? Yes
Windows support ? Yes
Awesome ? Yes
Proves You Can Code? ? Yes
Make life easier ? Yes
elegant ? Yes
Write Less, Do More ? Yes
Better than Node.js ? Yes
Integrated Debugger ? Yes
Can make a cup of coffee ? Yes
Can be used to invoke demons ? Yes
Can it print 39? ? Yes
Should I learnd It? ? Yes
Threadsafe ? Yes
Sexy? ? No
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