INTERCAL
Don Woods, James Lyon; current implementation by Eric S. Raymond

INTERCAL is a programming language that, through parody, criticizes other programming languages. It reminds us that programming languages, like the software developed with them, are not neutral nor transparent.

feature about this project: INTERCAL


project homepage: http://www.catb.org/~esr/intercal/
keywords: turing-obfuscated-ironic-dysfunctional-semantic-
messy-hackerly-algorithmic-lowtech-goofy-
1990s-parodyware-glitch-1970s software for posix, windows, linux and dos
category: code art/programming languages
uploaded by amy, 26 Sep 2003




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