rpal is an interpreter for RPAL (Right-reference Pedagogic Algorithmic Language), a simple functional programming language that is a subset of PAL, a language invented at MIT by Wozencraft and Evans in the early 1970s.
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Release Notes: Tuples are now evaluated right-to-left, as they should be. Also, indentation in emacs now works properly.
Release Notes: This release fixes two nasty bugs: a problem with the exponentiation operator and a problem with the REPL exiting when a runtime error occurred.
Release Notes: An --interactive option is now provided, which launches a read-eval-print loop.
No changes have been submitted for this release.