Discussão:Algoritmo de Thomas
Acredito não ser necessário tantos exemplos de implementação em linguagens de programação. Vi uma nota de editor no verbete "Hello, World!" que fala sobre isso. A nota diz o seguinte:
Editor's Note: We do not need to have an example for every programming language ever created. Wikipedia is an encyclopedia. Please refrain from adding examples just because we can. If you think a particular example adds something unique and valuable to the article, bring it up on the talk page, first. Thanks. (User:DragonHawk)
Addendum: there are large repositories of Hello, World programs all over the net, in every conceivable language, and there is no need to list them all here. In fact, there is now a very comprehensive Wikibooks link: if you want to add a version for your language, do so there (you'll likely find it already exists). HERE IS NOT THE PLACE. The C version (which is not even correct modern C) is here because it is the first in a non-obscure language, and the B example because it is the first known. There is no reason to have any others here. DO NOT ADD ANY MORE!
Acredito que faz sentido. Não sei se há alguma decisão distinta consensual aqui na pt.wikipedia...