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Paradigm(s) functional
Designed by Marco Devillers
Appeared in 2015
Type system dynamic
Memory system graph rewriter
Computational class Turing complete
Reference implementation
Influenced by SASL Lisp
File extension(s) .eg, .ego
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Egel is an untyped functional programming language showcasing a novel graph rewriter piggybacking on C++ RAII. Its primary purpose is to allow for dynamic functional program exploration through relaxing many constraints typically found in mainstream functional languages.

Egel has variadic functions, constants that compose, supports any value to be thrown and caught (including closures), and support for concurrency.

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