Did you possibly mean homophonic?
- adj. of a programming language exhibiting homoiconicity
“Enjoy the power and expressiveness of homoiconic languages.”
“You will never really understand the power and expressiveness of homoiconic languages until you have spent forty years straight debugging some heisenbug.”
“You non-homoiconic code is elegant, but not that elegant.”
“Because Lisp is homoiconic we treat code exactly like data in that (. getRed obj) is nothing more than a list whos first item is. getRed and the second is obj.”
“The consistent homoiconic syntax makes it easier for both programmers and programs to understand and manipulate the code.”
“I think I really totally understand the value of being homoiconic, and the awesome power of macros, and the notion of the reader.”
“In other words, the program is spending most of its time using Java's regex machinery to grind away at all that text input; which is I think what you'd like to see. crowing exultantly on Twitter, feeling like a rockin 'sockin' functional-programming 'concurrin' homoiconic wizard.”
“So no, it is not circular and it is still homoiconic too.”
“CHROME, being a homoiconic language not to be confused with a homo icon, though, actually uses IRON as its syntax; CHROME programmers will write in the IRON textual notation.”
“But trust me, twenty years from now, you’ll look back at all the code you have written and wish you had used a homoiconic language.”
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