rhoScript, or ⍴Script, is a strongly-typed stack-based concatinatitive programming language designed for code golf (writing a program which solves a given problem in as few characters as possible). rhoScript is inspired mainly by forth, haskell, and lisp. rhoScript is implemented in, and compiles to, common lisp.
Typically written at a higher level and then compiled down to the dense form, rhoScript takes code golfing to the extreme. While the high-level language looks like a somewhat-standard stack-based language, the low-level language is a dense, arithmetic encoded, version of the high-level program where each of the built-in functions all take under a byte to reference. This compression is achieved due to the static typing which lets the compiler obtain highly accurate guesses as to which function will be called next.
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