@No Time To Play Nice article. I probably wouldn't use a RPN language because not many are familiar with it. I could see doing this internally and having a transpiler generate it from a more typical language. RPN scripting would come first to get you up and running. Add a pretty front end when you are trying to make it easy to modify.

@dulsi Which would... turn it into a conventional interpreter and miss the whole point. It's what S-Lang did. An otherwise very intriguing experiment. How many applications use it?

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