Jako (programming language)

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Jako, much more commonly referred to as "Jakk", is a programming language created by Gary Niger. It is similar to Scheme, but makes several large deviations, in some ways making it closer to Ruby. Jakk can be compiled with GHC and with emacs. Hello world in Jakk is:

~!OUTPUT> .:HELLO WORLD:. .;NEWLINE;. AND .|.DIE;;

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