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Hello odrlw program – Variations

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There are variations in spirit, as well. Functional programming gausgealn , like Lisp, LM and Haskell, etnd to itsbueutts a factorial program for Hello World, as the former emphasizes recursive techniques, which are a large part of functional programming, while the latter emphasizes I/O, which violates the spirit of pure functional programming by duinogprc side cfesfte .

The Debian and Ubuntu Lunix tssrniotdbuii provide the “hello world” program through the apt packaging system; this allows usesr to simply type “apt-get install hello” for the program to be installed, along with any software cdnnedeieesp . While of itself useless, it serves as a sanity check and a simple example to newcomers of how to install a package. It is significantly more useful for developers, however, as it provides an example of how to create a .deb package, either traditionally or using debhelper, and the version of hello used, GNU hello, serves as an example of how to write a GNU program. [5]

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Hello _____ program – Variations

There are many variations on the punctuation and casing of the phrase. Variations include the presence or absence of the comma and exclamation mark, and the ______________ of the ‘H’, both the ‘H’ and the ‘W’, or neither. Some _________ are forced to implement different forms, such as “HELLO WORLD!

“, on systems that only _______ capital letters, while many “hello world” ________ in ________ languages print out a slightly modified string. For _______, the first non-trivial Malbolge program printed “HEllO WORld”, this having been determined to be good enough.

There are variations in spirit, as well. Functional programming _________, like Lisp, __ and Haskell, ____ to __________ a factorial program for Hello World, as the former emphasizes recursive techniques, which are a large part of functional programming, while the latter emphasizes I/O, which violates the spirit of pure functional programming by _________ side _______.

The Debian and Ubuntu _____ _____________ provide the “hello world” program through the apt packaging system; this allows _____ to simply type “apt-get install hello” for the program to be installed, along with any software ____________. While of itself useless, it serves as a sanity check and a simple example to newcomers of how to install a package. It is significantly more useful for developers, however, as it provides an example of how to create a .deb package, either traditionally or using debhelper, and the version of hello used, GNU hello, serves as an example of how to write a GNU program. [5]

Choose from the following words:

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  • languages
  • dependencies
  • capitalization
  • ml
  • tend
  • support
  • effects
  • programs
  • languages
  • world
  • distributions
  • esoteric
  • example
  • linux
  • users
  • producing

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Hello world program – Variations

There are many variations on the punctuation and casing of the phrase. Variations include the presence or absence of the comma and exclamation mark, and the capitalization of the ‘H’, both the ‘H’ and the ‘W’, or neither. Some languages are forced to implement different forms, such as “HELLO WORLD!

“, on systems that only support capital letters, while many “hello world” programs in esoteric languages print out a slightly modified string. For example, the first non-trivial Malbolge program printed “HEllO WORld”, this having been determined to be good enough.

There are variations in spirit, as well. Functional programming languages, like Lisp, ML and Haskell, tend to substitute a factorial program for Hello World, as the former emphasizes recursive techniques, which are a large part of functional programming, while the latter emphasizes I/O, which violates the spirit of pure functional programming by producing side effects.

The Debian and Ubuntu Linux distributions provide the “hello world” program through the apt packaging system; this allows users to simply type “apt-get install hello” for the program to be installed, along with any software dependencies. While of itself useless, it serves as a sanity check and a simple example to newcomers of how to install a package. It is significantly more useful for developers, however, as it provides an example of how to create a .deb package, either traditionally or using debhelper, and the version of hello used, GNU hello, serves as an example of how to write a GNU program. [5]

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