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  1. Languages‏‎ (3,530 members)
  2. Implemented‏‎ (2,041 members)
  3. Turing complete‏‎ (1,214 members)
  4. Unimplemented‏‎ (764 members)
  5. Low-level‏‎ (704 members)
  6. Cell-based‏‎ (570 members)
  7. Stack-based‏‎ (558 members)
  8. Stubs‏‎ (543 members)
  9. Unknown computational class‏‎ (455 members)
  10. Brainfuck derivatives‏‎ (439 members)
  11. Joke languages‏‎ (397 members)
  12. 2020‏‎ (332 members)
  13. Turing tarpits‏‎ (312 members)
  14. Two-dimensional languages‏‎ (311 members)
  15. 2021‏‎ (307 members)
  16. 2019‏‎ (300 members)
  17. Unusable for programming‏‎ (272 members)
  18. Output only‏‎ (250 members)
  19. Self-modifying‏‎ (240 members)
  20. 2022‏‎ (235 members)
  21. Thematic‏‎ (185 members)
  22. 2018‏‎ (182 members)
  23. Total‏‎ (182 members)
  24. High-level‏‎ (165 members)
  25. No IO‏‎ (154 members)
  26. Works-in-Progress‏‎ (145 members)
  27. Functional paradigm‏‎ (143 members)
  28. 2015‏‎ (138 members)
  29. 2017‏‎ (128 members)
  30. Usability unknown‏‎ (122 members)
  31. 2014‏‎ (113 members)
  32. Finite state automata‏‎ (110 members)
  33. 2012‏‎ (109 members)
  34. 2016‏‎ (105 members)
  35. Concepts‏‎ (99 members)
  36. Brainfuck equivalents‏‎ (97 members)
  37. 2009‏‎ (94 members)
  38. 2013‏‎ (93 members)
  39. People‏‎ (85 members)
  40. Queue-based‏‎ (85 members)
  41. 2011‏‎ (84 members)
  42. String-rewriting paradigm‏‎ (84 members)
  43. Object-oriented paradigm‏‎ (84 members)
  44. 2010‏‎ (76 members)
  45. 2006‏‎ (76 members)
  46. Golfing language‏‎ (73 members)
  47. 2007‏‎ (71 members)
  48. 2008‏‎ (70 members)
  49. Non-textual‏‎ (69 members)
  50. Nondeterministic‏‎ (69 members)

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