Faster and slightly less stupid.

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A concatenative language feels like a lispy Forth. Like Forth, they are stack based. Each instruction pops arguments and pushes results. Unlike Forth, there are no "special words", no words that look ahead in the stream, no confusion between compile and run time. Unlike Forth, there is a list primitive. (One could argue the list primitive, being circumfix brackets, is a special word pair.) Like Lisp, data is code and manipulating data is just like manipulating lists. My favorite concatenative language is Joy but Factor is considered more useful.

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