language syntax differences

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Shows how a syntax can be defined in different languages. The idea is " if I type a variable declaration,method declaration or say writing for loop, I should be able to get how to write the syntax in at least 2 or 3 languages.
Motivation for this idea : I am a C# programmer and just started learning python through the udacity CS 101 course. It was little difficult getting used to the python syntax
• posted 5 years and 11 months ago • type: Fathead (keyword data) Needs a Developer

Yes..similar to the cheat sheet. Also like how the msdn .net pages shows how a certain construct is done in C++,C#,XAML. The main criteria for the result set is to include at least one compiled and an interpreted language.
For keyword, yes i was thinking of the same syntax : <<construct>> in <<language>>
posted by [UserVoice RAM] • 5 years and 11 months ago Link
Hyperpolyglot is hosted through Wikidot and their API could be used to filter through that cheat sheet: However, multiple input locations should probably be used.
posted by [UserVoice Finch Masters] • 4 years and 8 months ago Link
Kind of like this cheat sheet?

For keywords, I'm guessing "loop in python" is something like what you were thinking?
posted by yegg Staff5 years and 11 months ago Link