Muriel: Monumentally Useless Re-Iterative Execution Language


Muriel is an esoteric programming language inspired by the principle of quines. Muriel has no support for anything as fancy as loops or procedures, but it does have an 'execute string' statement. As a result, all but the most trivial programs must operate by building up their own Muriel programs to be executed. Oh, and did I mention that it has a totally evil and unreadable syntax?


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Matthew Westcott - 30 May 2002