Introducing Vedic 2.0 - a Sanskrit programming language interpreter written in Rust! 🎉 Designed for simplicity and power, Vedic allows developers to write modern programs in the ancient language of Sanskrit. Built with Rust for safety, performance, and concurrency, Vedic is a reliable and secure tool for developers. With a clean and concise syntax, Vedic is easy to read and write, even for those new to programming. Leveraging the power of Sanskrit, Vedic brings an ancient language into the modern world of computing. Plus, with its extensibility and range of tools and libraries, Vedic makes it easy to develop and deploy programs. Explore the world of Sanskrit programming with Vedic!
- This is the first official version of Vedic, written entirely in Rust for increased performance, reliability, and security.
- The language has been optimized for speed, making it even more powerful and efficient. Improved error handling and debugging tools have been added to make it easier to identify and fix issues in code.
- New features have been added, including enhanced string manipulation, expanded data types, and improved file handling capabilities.
- The Vedic standard library has been updated to include a wider range of tools and functions, making it easier to develop complex programs.
- Additional documentation and tutorials have been added to help new users get started with the language.
- The overall syntax and structure of the language has been refined to make it even more intuitive and user-friendly. Overall, Vedic v2.0 represents a major step forward in the development of this innovative programming language. With improved performance, functionality, and usability, Vedic is an even more powerful tool for developers interested in exploring the ancient language of Sanskrit in the modern world of computing.