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Unison

Modern, statically-typed purely functional programming language
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What is Unison?

It is an open source functional programming language based on a simple idea with big implications: code is content-addressed and immutable.
Unison is a tool in the Languages category of a tech stack.
Unison is an open source tool with 2.6K GitHub stars and 112 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Unison's open source repository on GitHub

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Unison's Features

  • Statically-typed
  • Next generation programming language
  • Purely functional language
  • Similar to Haskell

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