by Ori Bernstein
Simple, low level language with type checking and inference.

It is designed to be a simple programming language that runs close to the metal, giving the programmer predictable and transparent behavior and mental model. It also attempts to strong type checking, generics, type inference, and other features not present in C.

Myrddin is not a language designed to explore the forefront of type theory or compiler technology. It is not a language that is focused on guaranteeing perfect safety. It is satisfied to be a practical, small, fairly well defined, and easy to understand language for code that needs to be close to the hardware.

use std

const main = {
    while true
        std.put("You're still reading?!?\n")
    ;;
    -> 0
}
Information updated 08/28/15
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