A programming language based on functional semantics using concatenative syntax; concatenation composes functions and data. Joy also includes code and stack quotations as lists. Joy is superficially-related to Forth, but it is intended to have a more declarative approach to programming. Joy actually originated as a concatenative formulation of dynamic logic, as envisioned by W. V. Quine.

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