## What languages are not Turing-complete?

Data languages The notion of Turing completeness does not apply to languages such as XML, HTML, JSON, and YAML, because they are typically used to represent structured data, not describe computation.

**Is vyper Turing-complete?**

The Vyper language is NOT Turing complete, Solidity is. At the same time, a program written in Vyper will always have a predictable output. A program written in Solidity will not have a predictable output until and unless it is deployed and executed.

**Is Java Turing-complete?**

Most modern programming languages (e.g. Java, JavaScript, Perl, etc.) are all Turing complete because they each implement all the features required to run programs like addition, multiplication, if-else condition, return statements, ways to store/retrieve/erase data and so on.

### Is sheets Turing-complete?

This statement (that spreadsheets are Turing complete) is of more theoretical import than practical one. There are very simple languages that are Turing complete which are completely useless for programming in. Yes, you can write any algorithm you want in a spreadsheet languages.

**Is Prolog Turing complete?**

Pure Prolog is based on a subset of first-order predicate logic, Horn clauses, which is Turing-complete.

**What is non Turing?**

The most direct answer is: a machine/language that is not Turing complete cannot be used to implement/simulate Turing machines. This comes from the basic definition of Turing completeness: a machine/language is turing complete if it can implement/simulate Turing machines.

#### Should I learn vyper or solidity?

It is recommended to start with Solidity for beginners, but for secure contracts, it is good to use Vyper.

**Is EVM Turing-complete?**

The EVM is a quasiâ€“Turing-complete state machine; “quasi” because all execution processes are limited to a finite number of computational steps by the amount of gas available for any given smart contract execution.

**Is Yaml Turing complete?**

YAML is not turing complete and is hence not “code”. YAML has a few oblique gotchas but they don’t affect the fundamental suitability of it for this purpose. Once you get used to it, space indentation becomes a feature, not a bug.

## Is Power Point Turing-complete?

Powerpoint is Turing complete because its animation features can be used to simulate a Turing machine.

**Is Powerpoint Turing-complete?**

The microsoft power point is a turing complete tools, there are enough functionalities in the animation section of powerpoint, that it is enough to simulate the turing machine.

**Is Uno Turing complete?**

The question is a bit vague – I don’t know what you mean by “considered as.” A game of UNO does not resemble a Turing machine, because it has features that a Turing machine does not. But a game of UNO can be simulated by a Turing machine with enough programming and with a seed for the random number generator.

### What are the 5 official languages of Africa?

Official languages 1 Arabic in Algeria, Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia and Zanzibar ( Tanzania) 2 Berber in Morocco and Algeria 3 Amharic, Oromo, Afar, Tigrigna, and Somali in Ethiopia 4 Somali in Somalia, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Djibouti 5 Tigrinya in Ethiopia and Eritrea

**What are the best books on African linguistics?**

In Ivan R. Dihoff (editor), Current Approaches to African Linguistics, Vol. 1 ( Publications in African Languages and Linguistics, Vol. 1), Dordrecht: Foris, 3-21. Greenberg, Joseph H. (1966). The Languages of Africa (2nd edition with additions and corrections).

**What are the tonal languages of Africa?**

Tonal languages are found throughout the world but are predominantly used in Africa. Both the Nilo-Saharan and the Khoi-San phyla are fully tonal. The large majority of the Nigerâ€“Congo languages are also tonal. Tonal languages are also found in the Omotic, Chadic and South & East Cushitic branches of Afroasiatic.

#### How many Bantu languages are there?

The Bantu languages of Central, Southern, and Eastern Africa form a sub-group of the Niger Congo branch. gathering about thirty languages in Western part of Southern Africa.

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