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We've compiled a list of 21 free and paid alternatives to Factor. The primary competitors include Haskell, Odin. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between Factor and Object Pascal, Motti.NET (Programming Language), Avian. Also you can look at other similar options here: Development Software, Programming Languages.


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Factor programming language

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Factor Overview

The Factor programming language combines powerful language features with a full-featured library. The implementation is fully compiled for performance, while still supporting interactive development. Factor applications are portable between all common platforms. Factor can deploy stand-alone applications on all platforms. Full source code for the Factor project is available under a BSD license.

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