Category Archives: Bresenish

Bresenish. It should work like a programming language

So I’m continuing to think about the syntax of bresenish, but in the back ground I’m reading a lot about programing languages. I’m thinking that there should be a way to speak a programming language. Except it would execute in … Continue reading

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Bresenish. This is That.

So another post on a language I’ve provisionally called Bresenish. The goal is to creates something inspired by set theory and computer programming languages. So one book I read said language is kind of like describing a stage where a … Continue reading

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A very, very verbose Tower of Babel conlex implemented in JavaScript

This is my conlex called “Bresenish”. It’s set inspired. The idea is to do for programming data structures what lojban did for propositional logic. I tried this with C# and that was pretty verbose. JS is just as verbose but … Continue reading

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Bresenish Syntax- A set theory inspired syntax

So I’m working on a new small language, which for the moment is called Bresenish. Here is a rough description of the syntax, hopefully it will be worth reading about even if you don’t care to learn the full language … Continue reading

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Bresenish: A Draft Small Lang Word List

So I’m working on a new small language, which for the moment is called Bresenish and this is the first iteration of the vocab. Small languages are – small in the sense of a small set of morphemes (root words, … Continue reading

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