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Designed by John N. Shutt
Appeared in 2009
Computational class Unknown
Reference implementation Unimplemented
Influenced by Lisp
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Kernel is a conservative, Scheme-like dialect of Lisp in which everything is a first-class object. Unlike the typical Lisp, which maps to lambda calculus and uses S-exprs, Kernel maps to vau calculus and uses F-exprs.

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