This scripting language is freely inspired by the C-language syntax and HP's RPL in the way of manipulating variables : - There are no variable declaration, but the first use of a new variable name must be a write (no read allowed on a undefined name). You can considere that the declaration is included in this first write. I find this way to do the declaration good to avoid use of uninitialised variable. - Control structures must have the prefix #. This language syntax isn't very beautiful but I found it cleared the code. - Functions exists through file separation : one file, one function. The behavior is the same as Matlab .M files. - A variable isn't type constant. This allows a variable name to change of type. Actually, 5 types can be used, but the structure of the program allows an easy add of new types : integer, strings, real, array and list.
The full source is provided and some examples of scripts.
Licensing : Public Domain
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