(format t "Hello world!")
putStrLn "Hello world!"
std::cout << "Hello world!";
db msg "Hello world!",10,0
invoke StdOut, addr msg
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I am a hobbyist programmer in High school who is familiar with C and C#; enjoys C++, Java, Common Lisp, and Python 3.x; and is passionately in love with Haskell. I am almost entirely-self taught, save for a one-semester introductory course on python and an online class in C++. I teach C++ at my school for our MATE Robotics Team, and have taught Java in past years. I intend to major in computer science and mathematics at UC Santa Cruz starting this fall.
I also greatly enjoy coding in Piet.
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