DIVSPL

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DIVSPL
Paradigm(s) declarative
Designed by Dustin Ingram
Appeared in 2016
Type system static, strong
Dimensions one-dimensional
Computational class total
Reference implementation [1]
File extension(s) .divspl

Dustin Ingram's Very Special Programming Language, or DIVSPL, is a declarative wikipedia:domain-specific language for solving the FizzBuzz problem.

Examples

The original FizzBuzz problem can be expressed in DIVSPL as:

1...15
fizz=3
buzz=5

Using the conventions on the FizzBuzz page:

1...15
Fizz=3
Buzz=5

The author's motivation was to make the following example easy to express:

1...105
fizz=3
buzz=5
fuzz=7

Implementations