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Implicit, also called SimpleStack, is a WIP language by MD XF. There are two types of commands:

  • Those that behave differently on strings than they do on integers/floats
  • Those that behave the same no matter what the top stack value(s) is/are

Commands are called with one integer as the only argument. All commands, except those that don't, can be called implicitly, and have different behavior when done so. For example, when + is called implicitly, it adds the top two stack values together. When + is called with a number, it adds the number to the top stack value.