The concatenative language Enchilada only defines two types:

- Expressions that are sequences of operators and lists.

- Lists that are sequences of expressions

(operators are primitive expressions)

One interesting result is that there is no need for an additional integer type.

Another surprising result is that the Cartesian product turns out to be a very powerful operator!

I've recently started a blog to explain some of the details.

I'm pretty sure that I've hit something extra-ordinary but I leave it to Lambda the Ultimate to decide.

Feedback is much appreciated!

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