High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! FISh is an array
programming language that aims to combine the expressive power of
functional programming with the efficient execution of imperative
(procedural) programming. Its strategy is to perform what it calls
"static shape analysis" on all programs before executing them. This
"shape computation" reduces higher-order functional programs to
simple imperative forms.
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