Notes for a Liberated Computer Language
Version 2.1, August 2006
Authors: Alexander R. Galloway, Eugene Thacker
Executes a code block in a trivial, meaningless way often resulting in dull, tedious, or sometimes unexpected output.
Executes a code block by evaluating an entity according to its current value as well as all previous values.
Designates an abnormal flow of program execution and guarantees that it will never be handled as an error.
A branching construct that moves flow control from the current instruction to a stray position in the program.
Allows for possible, but not guaranteed, execution of code blocks.
Guarantees that a block of code will never be executed. This is similar to block quotes in other languages, except that "never" blocks are not removed during compilation.
Evaluates an entity only according to as yet unrealized possibility.
Evaluates an entity in a manner than does not consider the entity's membership in any set or as a representative of any universal quality.
Executes a set of statements out of sequence.
Endows any entity with ineffable, unpredictable, unexplained characteristics.
Read in Turkish translation.