We all think that programming languages are not easily understandable, but if we take a closer look we find that it has lot in common with English.
For Example here is a piece of java code
“Even if you don’t understand it fully, you’ll certainly recognise most of them.”
A research has found that learning programming languages is difficult for non-English speakers, and feel that it might have been easier if it had been in their mother tongue. Ramsey Nasser, a software engineer and designer at the Eyebeam Art and Technology Center in New York, has also felt so.
Nasser has created قلب (pronounced “alb,” meaning “heart”), a programming language based on Arabic script, which he hopes will attract new programmers from the Arab world. The base of alb is based on an existing programming language called Scheme.
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- Qaleb: A New Arabic Programing Language (arabcrunch.com)
- Arabic-script programming language created (hazima.wordpress.com)
- Hello world: meet قلب, a programming language based on Arabic script (theverge.com)
- How much Arabic can you learn in a month? (bilinguish.wordpress.com)
- How to learn to speak Arabic in just one year (bilinguish.wordpress.com)