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 05:34:40 by Ratatouille (Use proper tags)