concatenativeThe term for a sub-paradigm of programming in which function composition is rendered syntactically as concatenation (composition, juxtaposition) of symbols by means of a composition operator, usually rendered as a blank space.
A list of concatenative (or mostly concatenative) languages:
- Factor - A concatenative programming language
- Forth - A low-level functional programming language, mostly concatenative, with imperative features, for a stack-based VM model, invented by Chuck Moore
- XY - A concatenative programming language
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