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README.md

The Croc 🐊 Programming Language

What's Croc?

Croc is a small, dynamically-typed language most closely related to Lua, with C-style syntax. Its semantics are borrowed mainly from Lua, D, Squirrel, and Io, though many other languages served as inspirations.

It's not developed anymore. No one ever used it. But I still love it 😔

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