Believe it or not, it is inspired by part of Helen's user talk.
This programming language is not case-sensitive; this means that you can write syntactically correct sentences.
An example program:
Anything_still in here is here for a_reason, if you_want_any of your_messages_blanked just say!~
if x just y: Conditional statement. Check if a variable x is nonzero, and then conditionally execute the next command y.
say!x: Output x as a character onto the console if the variable x was not declared.
x of y: Index a variable x from the list y.
x in y: y indicates what a for loop does. x indicates the pre-initialized for loop variable.
x is y: Set a variable x to a value y.
for x: Repeat the previous statement the value of x times. If x is
nothing, iterate over a list.
Now, it is quite clear that this program sets all variables in the list
a_reason times. And then, conditionally print
Here is a Hello, world! program:
O is Hello, world!, x in O say!x for nothing.