‘Computer language that anybody can read’ launches Aeternity compiler

‘Pc language that someone can learn’ launches Aeternity compiler

Radiant contract computer language Lexon (LEX) launched a compiler on Aug. 3, allowing developers to write contracts in Lexon and possess them be converted into Solidity, Sophia or JavaScript, in step with statements made to Cointelegraph by Lexon founder Henning Diedrich. The compiler runs on the Aeternity (AE) blockchain community and charges LEX tokens as fee for every compilation cycle.

Dubbed “the pc language someone can learn,” Lexon is a computer language supposed to appear indulge in an fashioned written or spoken language. Namely, the latest model is developed to understanding and sound indulge in fashioned English.

<em>Lexon (left) being compiled into Solidity (correct). Supply: Lexon</em>

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