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Given a knapsack that can only carry a certain weight, determine which items to put in the knapsack in order to maximize their combined value.
The classical introductory exercise. Just say "Hello, World!".
Every employee wants to work in the new office because each cubicle has state-of-the-art monitors. The HR department is overwhelmed with such requests and came up with a cubicle allocation system with the help of its digital operations team.
Network primitives in the language make it simpler to write services and run them in the cloud.
Structural types are used for static typing within a program and describing service interfaces.
Type-safe, declarative processing of JSON, XML, and tabular data with language-integrated queries.
Programs have both a textual syntax and an equivalent graphical form based on sequence diagrams.
Easy and efficient concurrency with sequence diagrams and language-managed threads.
Explicit error handling, static types, and concurrency safety combined with a familiar syntax.
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