String interpolation

Strings are represented with single quotes in Gekko (for instance: ‘this is a string’). Some languages use double quotes, and other languages allow both variants (or use single quotes for characters, and double quotes for strings). The use of single quotes...

Use of {}-curlies

In Gekko, {}-curlies have been used for quite a long time now. The idea is that variable names can be composed by means of the {}-curlies, creating a means of composing names dynamically, in a sense forwarding from a string to a variable name corresponding to that...

Lists and naked lists

As mentioned in the overview post regarding Gekko 3.0, lists were generalized in Gekko 3.0, using primarily Python as the inspiration. In Gekko 2.x, lists could only contain strings, so in that sense, they were quite simple. Gekko 3.0 allows any variable to be an...

Gekko 3.0

The official Gekko 3.0 is now released. This is a long post, but the intent is to try to explain what Gekko 3.0 really is about. Which is actually not so easy to boil down exactly: it is perhaps best to think of it as a long-term vision, borne out of the realization...