What is Clio?
It is a pure functional lazy-evaluated programming language targeting decentralized and distributed systems. It is made to take advantage of multiple CPUs and CPU cores (parallelism) by default, to run on clusters and on the cloud easily.
Clio is a tool in the Languages category of a tech stack.
Clio is an open source tool with 266 GitHub stars and 11 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Clio's open source repository on GitHub
Why developers like Clio?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Clio
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- Pipes and flows
- Lazy Programming
- Unlimited recursion
- Purely functional
- Memoize by default
- Scope freezing
- No for/while loops
- Tensor programming
- Conditionals are function definitions
- Network-based foreign function interface
- Remote modules and functions
- Parallel execution
- Immune to bad practices
- Anonymous recursion
- Function overloading
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