LYaPAS: Logical Language for the Representation of Synthesis Algorithms, or LYaPAS (ЛЯПАС), is a programming language that sprung out of 1964 Soviet Russia. Extending from APL, it is based on set-theoretical considerations oriented toward the programming of synthesis algorithms for finite-state and discrete devices. The language is self-extending and self-compiling with only a minimal translator written for the native machine environment. Speciality keyboard mappings are highly recommended for entering in the many non-typical keyboard symbols found in the language. Its use of octal numbers within the language specification is considered one of its interesting qualities.
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