it'd nice to have StarTrek holodeck. but that's too much scifi.
it's hard to come up a way for 1-on-1 melee weapon combat to progress. hard to make it a sport, because even non-shapened sword still do too much damage, or, heavy armor/protection gear would severely limit reality. also, it'd also filter out heavy axe or iron ball.
for hand-to-hand combat, mixed martial arts pretty much have told us what is most effective. but for with melee weapons, i don't think we know much. Note, if we do not allow armor, then lean and agile types are likely to always win.
today, we still do not have any way that allow us to advance the art of melee weapon 1-on-1 fighting. there is kendo, which is japanese sword sport, and fencing for western. But they are not realistic, and doesn't allow other weapon e.g. axe, lance, or other fancy weapon.
of one on one fighting techniques, currently mixed martial arts or similar is keeping it up, state of the art. The Chinese kungfu, is now mostly showbiz. It's not to say kungfu wasn't good. But for reasons, it has ceased to be real fighting technique.
Chinese sword, has fell out of progress. I think only the Japanese kantana, is still in some practice, and also Western ones in fencing. rapier, saber, foil. i think the making of kantana still progress under today's science. Chinese swords are mostly just in movies and myth.
note, nodejs or js async doesn't count.
i never had experience with multi-threaded/concurrency programing. who tf does that? is it drivers? system programing? games? raise your hand. what area/application you did it?
note that #golang uses CamelCase, departure from C. No more pesky _
Computer Languages Characters Frequency
can someone go plot your go code. post screenshot. thanks.
now, in the name of English, i will inaugurate the commencement of sleeping.
the other day i was thinking, most predators have their eyes in front, so they have stereoscopic sight that can best judge distance. e.g. owl, tiger, human. but then, i was thinking, eagle and snakes are exceptions.
Note that they are bewilderingly different in what they seems to cover. You'd think they all high level languages in about the same field so that their spec should have the same structure/topics that only differ in detail.
now let's look at some lang specs.
#emacs lisp https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/elisp/index.html
and here's java lang spec https://docs.oracle.com/javase/specs/jls/se10/html/index.html
most programing language don't have any explicit notion nor exact spec of their computational model, because, most just grew out of practice. e.g. perl came from shell script. php came from perl scripts. Ruby's conceived as improving perl. almost no high level lang began with a model.