Back in 2003, a small team of students in the Netherlands worked on a new esoteric programming language called Inger. It was modelled after C, but with some syntactic sugar that made it more readable.
- Inger forces braces for every block statement
- The parameters and result of a function are specified in functional notation:
Inger was created specifically to accompany the book “Compiler Construction – A Practical Approach” which discussed the development of a compiler from the ground up.