Pure Programming Language

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  • pure-lang

    Pure programming language

    It's not directly on the website, but there is a section in GitHub, which is where most of the documentation seems to be anyway.

    https://github.com/agraef/pure-lang/wiki/FAQ#why-pure

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  • emmy

    The Emmy Computer Algebra System.

    This library bring these capabilities to Clojure:

    https://github.com/mentat-collective/emmy

    It's based on an older library for Scheme, by Sussman.

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