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PyCep - Python Inception

PyCep is a Python interpreter in Python, created as a study project to teach myself about writing interpreters.

Design Goals

When writing PyCep, following design goals were kept in mind:

  • PyCep should be fully language-compliant with CPython
  • PyCep should use easy to understand concepts, patterns and algorithms rather than complicated ones
  • PyCep should not rely on language-specific constructs of the host interpreter (CPython)

Documentation

Documentation and links to additional resources are available at http://www.pycep.org/

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