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    This is a good talk. There are some elements of all general purpose programming languages that are so ingrained as to be virtually unquestionable. The idea of a single, unified, number type like dec64 seems like an interesting idea - I wonder what performance is like without dedicated hardware support. The notion of no reserved words, and of variables names that are neither camel nor snake-cased but instead can contain spaces - seems like it would make tokenizing especially for interpreted languages potentially expensive.