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answered How were some language communities (eg, Ruby and Python) able to prevent fragmentation while others (eg, Lisp or ML) were not?
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comment How were some language communities (eg, Ruby and Python) able to prevent fragmentation while others (eg, Lisp or ML) were not?
However, this doesn't mean that theoretical, committee designed languages are always "fragmented." I would say Haskell is an example of that.
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