(Working name, may change)

The basis of this language is there are no built-in constructs other than simple arithmetic, decision making, and variables. The good thing is that variable names can be regular expressions to aid in programming.

(Separated by spaces)



(In order of importance)
  1. Input: i(n)
  2. Multiplication: (-)n*(-)n
  3. Division: (-)n/(-)n
  4. Addition: (-)n+(-)n
  5. Subtraction: n-n
  6. Greater Than: (-)n>(-)n
  7. Less Than: (-)n<(-)n
  8. Ternary: n?_:_; ($ in _ becomes n)
  9. Variables

Variable Definition:

var=___ Sets var equal to ___ evaluated
var~___ Sets var equal to ___ unevaluated