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@DannyuNDos Not in x86 as far as I'm aware but it's quite common in embedded systems
 
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Q: Are there languages having fine control over deep and shallow copy?

user23013A reference or level-0 copy is the same object as the original, only accessed differently. A level-1 shallow copy is a new object, with every member a reference to the member under the same name in the original object. A level-∞ deep copy is a new object, with every member a level-∞ deep copy of ...

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Q: Assuming your language has a powerful macro system, what is the least amount of built-in functionality you need?

Olle HärstedtAssuming your language has a powerful macro system, what is the least amount of built-in functionality you need to be able to build a reasonable ergonomic programming language for modern day use. I'm assuming at least branching and looping...?

 
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