The Monsters of NODOI can be categorized in four categories:
The Box Programmer, i.e. an HTML/CSS Programmer, at work.
e.g. Stack, Queue, DFS, BFS, DAG, and Function Machines
The Stack monster represents the stack data structure.
e.g. DOM monster
Domain-specific monsters represent platform-specific systems that determine limitations in programming in certain contexts. Domain-specific monsters are closely related to Abstract monsters, but they have qualities that are specific to their Domain.
Syntax monsters (?)
e.g. (don’t have these yet – maybe Colon & Semicolon, Curly, Crabhands, Parens, The Operators, etc.)
Syntax monsters are the tokens – i.e. keywords and characters – in programming languages. Any given Syntax monster may be used any number of programming languages, but they are not guaranteed to behave the same way across programming languages.
What about Semantics monsters?