Methesis is a programming language designed by User:Fr34k in 2010.
Methesis is a language based on passing arguments to functions. There are no ways of defining custom functions, due to the nature of the language. Every method that exist is native and always returns a value (except main() and output()).
Hello, World! program
Since Methesis ignores white-space, the above program is equivalent to
main( output( string(“Hello, World!”) ) )
Until the author gets the time to write a full article, an introduction, language explanation and language reference can be found in the document listed below.