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Project Summary

Om is an experimental high-level programming language with the goal of maximal simplicity. It is a concatenative, homoiconic, embeddable programming and algorithm notation language, implemented in C++, with minimal syntax (only three elements), prefix notation (whereby functions manipulate the remainder of the program itself), and "panmorphic" typing (allowing programming without data types).

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concatenative dynamic experimental interpreter language programming research scripting

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30 Day Summary

Nov 7 2022 — Dec 7 2022

12 Month Summary

Dec 7 2021 — Dec 7 2022
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