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This section is a repository for code fragments and programs, for illustration purposes. Please create a specific page for each example. Its WikiWord should end with the word Example.

Download Novice and Beginner Examples

Download Language Shootout Examples 25 simple programs (See The Great Win32 Computer Language Shootout )

Examples for novices

HelloWorldNoviceExample: Setup, compile and run Hello World.

AckermannNoviceExample: Setup, compile and run Ackermann's function.

FiboNoviceExample: Setup, compile and run Fibonnaci function.

Multi Method Examples

VisitorMultiMethodExample?: details.

BinaryMethodsMultiMethodExample: Multi methods provide a straightforward solution to the problem of binary methods.

BenderFsmMultiMethodExample?: Finite State Machine encoded with multi methods.

BuilderPatternMultiMethodExample: For performance testing, the Runabout project generates various styles of test code - Visitor, Test Case, Multi Java, Runabout etc. In Java, this kind of generator code is often written using the BuilderPattern; in Nice, multi methods provide a straightforward solution.

Examples for beginners

NumberFiveBeginnerExample?: Subtype constraints on type parameters < T | T <: double, int <: T >

CollectionExample: How to use collections with generic types.

Examples for intermediates

MethcallIntermediateExample: Define a Java class JavaToggleExample and subclass it in Nice, compile Nice using classes in a Java jar, setup a Nice executable archive classpath to find a Java jar - compare with MethcallBeginnerExample.

MethcallIntermediateTwoExample: Define a Nice class NiceToggleExample and subclass it in Java - compare with MethcallBeginnerExample.

GenericProgrammingIntermediateExample?: Generic implementations of graph algorithms from the Boost Graph Library - Breadth First Search, Dijkstra Shortest Paths, Prim's Minimum Spanning Tree, Bellman Ford Shortest Paths, Johnson All-Pairs Shortest Paths. Compare with C++, ML, Haskell, Eiffel, Java Generics, Generic C# implementations in "A Comparative Study of Language Support for Generic Programming".

Examples for benchmarkers

TreeVisitorIntermediateExample: Benchmark comparison between the Java Extensible Visitor pattern and modular extension in Nice. Simple generic binary tree TreeVisitorClassesIntermediateExample extended with a subclass representing n-ary trees, and with 3 different external methods.

DispatchIntermediateExample: Benchmark comparison between typecase and double-dispatch in Java, and multiple dispatch in Nice.

BenchIntermediateExample: Martin Richards systems language benchmark Bench, written in an ordinary OO style. PacketBenchExample declares enums, TcbBenchExample uses a class initializer, SchedulerBenchExample misuses enum.hashCode, TaskBenchExample declares an interface. "Benchmarking Java with the Richards benchmark" provides some background information.

More advanced examples

HelloSwingWorld : shows how to write (a little more complex :-) helloworld program.

SwingLibraryExample : shows how to write a GUI program using the Swing Library.

HaskellPreludeExample: Selected parts of the Haskell prelude, lots of functions which are useful when programming in functional style.

LazyVectorExample: A Vector subclass which computes its elements as they are they requested.

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