Strongly typed, call by value, pure functional programming language.

Never is a simple functional programming language. Technically it may be classified as syntactically scoped, strongly typed, call by value, pure functional programming language.

In practice Never offers basic data types, arrays, first order functions and some mathematical functions to make it useful to calculate expressions. Also it demonstrates how functions can be compiled, invoked and passed as parameters or results between other functions.

func gcd(x -> int, y -> int) -> int
{
    return (y == 0) ? x : gcd(y, x % y);
}

func main() -> int
{
    return gcd(56, 12);
}
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