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Wheat is a programming language, library and environment for creating internet programs.

Wheat strives to make programming dynamic web sites easy. It makes writing programs that span machines on the internet easy. It makes collaborative programming easy.

Key features:

To learn more:
Browse some wheat code, for example, the animal game
MajorComponents of Wheat.
SampleExperiences of programming in Wheat.
The DiscussionRoadmap has a more complete list of topics.

Why do we need another programming language?
Web sites are programmed either in scripting languages that are fundamentally string processing languages. But when we build a dynamic web site, we generally are trying to offer access to higher level objects: a book, an order, or a membership profile. We believe that when developing such a site, the developers should be able to deal in terms of those objects.
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