SIGI, a non-typed programming language that is especially useful for stream processing, is a Turing-complete language, with a fully-fledged, portable CLI-based interpreter. It has no variables other than the basic type - the memory array (represented as a linear array of integers) or any functions, except those of the library.
DocumentationUser reference available in PostScript format from http://project.departure.dk/files/sigi_manual.ps; User reference available in PDF format from http://project.departure.dk/files/sigi_manual.pdf
released on 14 November 2004
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|BSD 3Clause||Janet Casey||17 November 2004|
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|David H. Kristensen||Maintainer|
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