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* [[Other Dev Tools]]
 
* [[Other Dev Tools]]
 
* [http://dpaste.dzfl.pl/ DPaste] - Share and run D code in your browser
 
* [http://dpaste.dzfl.pl/ DPaste] - Share and run D code in your browser
* [http://d.godbolt.org/ Interactive D Compiler]
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* [http://asm.dlang.org/ Interactive D Compiler and Disassembler]
 
* [//drepl.dawg.eu D Read-Eval-Print Loop] - Test your D code on-line.
 
* [//drepl.dawg.eu D Read-Eval-Print Loop] - Test your D code on-line.
 
* [http://blog.thecybershadow.net/2013/07/27/colorize-your-compilers-output/ Colorize Compiler Output]
 
* [http://blog.thecybershadow.net/2013/07/27/colorize-your-compilers-output/ Colorize Compiler Output]

Revision as of 09:42, 30 January 2015

The D Programming Language has been said to be "what C++ wanted to be," which is a better C. D is developed with system level programming in mind, but brings to the table modern language design with a simple C-like syntax. For these reasons D makes for a good language choice for both performance code and application development.

D is rapidly reaching a stable specification and implementation.

"The D Programming Language" by Andrei Alexandrescu is available on Amazon and other locations.


Hello World

import std.stdio;

void main()
{
    writeln("Hello, world!");
}

▶ Run code

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