This is not JavaScript

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The triple script dialect superficially resembles JS. In fact, the dialect is specifically crafted so that the output of the trplkt compiler passes as syntactically valid by any compliant ECMA-262 parser.

But let it be a mantra for the work of the group: This is not JavaScript.

Although superficially resembling JS for the reasons described, the triple script dialect is most strongly inspired by the pragmatics of Go and the gestalt of Smalltalk.

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