Program in your native tongue
Ra is an alternative syntax for the .NET language Cobra that allows you to program in non-English languages. See Ra Vs Cobra for all the differences between Ra and Cobra.
Contribute (or fix) a language or browse the source code. Ra is written in Ra, so browsing the source code is one way to get a taste. Language Definition Files
• Downloading your work does not work well on Internet Explorer or Safari • Get a plugin to overwrite downloads like this one • Configure your browser to ask where to save each download • Place the cursor on or select a hexadecimal color code to see its color • Select an RGB color code to see its color • Place the cursor on or select a color name (like "cyan") to see its color, hex code, and RGB code • Place the cursor on or select a pi or e literal to see its approximate value (must select if contains decimal point) • Select a math statement to see its result
• Support for non-English programming • Convert between languages • Extensive standard library in addition to Cobra's standard library • Keeps track of "To do" and "Fix" comments • Compiled • First class support for contracts and unit tests • Static (implicit or explicit) and dynamic typing • String comments (useful for patterns) • Comes with files for syntax highlighting • Garbage collection • Unique pattern (regex) language
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