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FAC

Functional Array Calculator. An APL-like language, but purely functional and lazy. It allows infinite arrays.

["FAC: A Functional APL Language", H.-C. Tu and A.J. Perlis, IEEE Trans Soft Eng 3(1):36-45 (Jan 1986)].
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