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comment Can a closed-source programming language survive?
I doubt your friend can copyright the actual language - look at the the EU ruling on SAS.
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comment How to refer to <% in asp.net
If you need to dig further, angle bracket percent seems to work just fine as a search term.
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answered Is it a good idea to always use Google as the first step to solving a problem?
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comment Why functional programming?
Free book available online: Real World Haskell: book.realworldhaskell.org
May
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comment Oracle owns Java but Google is using Java?
That's not entirely clear. Should Google publish an altered JVM, Google would be required to offer the source code with it. Oracle, however, own the copyright to Java, and can publish it under any license they wish, including one that does require publishing any source code.
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comment Is MUMPS alive?
Why the downvote? The question was Is still MUMPS alive? Are there anyone using it? - surely this is relevant evidence of someone seriously writing new code and/or learning MUMPS?