Quorum is a general purpose, object-oriented, programming language. Designed in formal empirical studies with human subjects, Quorum has been iteratively refined to make it easy to understand and use.
Quorum 2.0 (see the Quorum release notes), has the following features and more:
Below are some full examples of programs written in Quorum. These examples are complete standalone programs. Here's hello, world:
output "Hello, world!"
Here's how you make Quorum talk:
say "Hello, World!"
and here's how you create a chromatic musical scale (starting at middle C) play out of your computer's speakers:
use Libraries.Sound.Music Music muse integer i = 0 repeat 12 times muse:Play(60 + i,1) i = i + 1 end