Fjölnir

(from the article `Hallgrímsson, Jónas`) ...University of Copenhagen in 1829, Hallgrímsson studied law, science, and literature. In 1835, with other Icelandic students in Copenhagen, he ...
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Fjölnir

[journal] Fjölnir was an Icelandic-language journal published annually in Copenhagen in the years 1835-1847. The journal was founded by the Fjölnismenn (literally, `men of Fjölnir`), four young Icelandic intellectuals who sought to revive national consciousness in Iceland in the hopes of raising support for Icelandic independence. They w...
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Fjölnir

[programming language] Fjölnir (also Fjolnir or Fjoelnir) is a programming language developed by professor Snorri Agnarsson of computer science at Háskóli Íslands that was mostly used in the 1980s. The source files usually have the extension fjo or sma. == Features == Fjölnir is based on the concept of representing programs as trees, a...
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