ETA

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ETA is an esoteric programming language designed by Mike Taylor in 1999. The name comes from its instruction set, based on the eight most common letters in the English language: E, T, A, O, I, N, S, H. "Eta" is also the seventh letter in the Greek alphabet, and ETA uses base-7 numbering. The language is stack-based and all characters that are not instructions are treated as comments.

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