LDPL

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LDPL is a very simple interpreted programming language that mimics older languages like COBOL. Its author Martín del Río initially started the project with a group of friends but after a few days of design by committee the project was abandoned. Martín decided they wanted to write a programming language and so picked up the project and created a syntax loosely based on that of COBOL.

LDPL is a relatively slow interpreted language with no scoping, objects or functions and with data structures limited to just number, string and vector. It is however one of the more usable esolangs.