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Kotlin on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9

Kotlin stands as an open-source, statically typed programming language that effectively targets the JVM, Android, JavaScript, and Native platforms. JetBrains is the driving force behind its development.

Kotlin is a contemporary and well-established programming language with the primary objective of enhancing developer satisfaction. It distinguishes itself with conciseness, safety, interoperability with Java and other programming languages, and a multitude of methods to facilitate code reuse across multiple platforms, ensuring productive programming. Kotlin finds application in diverse development scenarios, encompassing server-side, client-side web, and Android development.

Highlighted Features:

Kotlin seamlessly combines object-oriented and functional programming elements, granting developers the flexibility to choose between object-oriented (OO) and functional programming (FP) paradigms, or to blend elements of both. The language provides robust support for advanced features like higher-order functions, function types, and lambdas, rendering it an excellent choice for those interested in exploring functional programming.

Supported Build Tools:

For JVM-based development, Kotlin enjoys seamless integration with renowned build tools such as Gradle, Maven, Ant, and Kobalt. Furthermore, there are specialized build tools available to cater to client-side JavaScript development in conjunction with Kotlin.

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