Scrabble?! NOOP

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Noop (, like no-op) was a project by Google engineers Alex Eagle and Christian Gruber aiming to develop a new programming language. Noop attempted to blend the best features of "old" and "new" languages, while syntactically encouraging well accepted programming best-practices. Noop was initially targeted to run on the Java Virtual Machine.Noop progressed past its initial proposals into a limited interpreter, but according to the project owners they no longer intend to pursue the language any further. Among the reasons cited for discontinuing work on the language included the initial release of Kotlin which achieves many of the language goals of Noop.

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There are 4 letters in NOOP ( N1O1P3 )

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