# Convergence Theorem for Programming Languages

July 1, 2014

Let the LISP language. Let a programming language different from , i.e. . Let time. Then .

Proof:

Trivial, just look at the extensions they are making on Python, Ruby, Java, C# and C++11.

Hehe.

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Hm, to express that L is different from P it would be more appropriate to state that the set difference of L and P is not empty instead of stating an empty intersection. Furthermore I’m quite sure that no extensions are being done on C++11 š

Thanks Valentin.

You have a point, but I am proving the strong case š

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