min

min is an concatenative, fully-homoiconic, functional, interpreted programming language.

This basically means that:

It is based on a somewhat obscure and slightly unintuitive programming paradigm, think of Forth, Factor and Joy but with parethesis for an extra Lispy flavor.

Programs written in min are actually written using quotations, i.e. lists.

It comes with map, filter, find, map-reduce and loads of other functional goodies. See the seq Module for more.

It is probably slower than the average production-ready programming language.

For details, see: https://min-lang.org/

This revision created on Fri, 9 Aug 2019 05:33:45 by Ratatouille