Concatenative language invented by John Nowak. It includes Static typing and Type inference and even experimental support for side effect inference. Distinctive is its use of First-order programming via Combining forms rather than most other concatenative languages' higher-order programming via Quotations (the one other concatenative language that could be said to share this characteristic is Forth, but Forth was never intended to be a functional language).

This revision created on Wed, 24 Sep 2008 17:26:34 by wtanksleyjr (corrected discussion of higher-order versus first-order)