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janet

https://janet-lang.org/
janet-logo Janet is a functional and imperative programming language.

Janet is a functional and imperative programming language. It runs on Windows, Linux, macOS, BSDs, and should run on other systems with some porting. The entire language (core library, interpreter, compiler, assembler, PEG) is less than 1MB. You can also add Janet scripting to an application by embedding a single C source file and a single header.

Documentation

https://janet-lang.org/docs/index.html





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MIT

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Calvin Rose Author


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