A statically typed, imperative programming language
Kaya is a compiled statically typed (ie, types are checked at compile
time) imperative programming language; unlike other such languages,
however, types are inferred rather than declared - there is no need for
type declarations of local variables. Kaya has "tagged union" data
structures, a powerful feature more commonly found in functional
languages such as Ocaml and Haskell.
Kaya also has built-in abstractions for web application development,
making it easy to write a CGI program without paying too much attention
to low level details such as state management and form handling.
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