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AlexDeLarge has triggered my interest for it.
Recently had to learn VHDL, it's not a programming language but a hardware description language instead.
Awful thing that the FPGA "community" is proprietary as fuck
x64 Assembly (I'll probably avoid x64 asm though...)
Edit: only the last one is whacky.
RememberMe493611dI'd go for Coq (the weird theorem proving language) and Thue (esoteric language in which you have to define your own grammars and stuff). And FORTH, wanted.to try making a simple FORTH system for a microcontroller.
@404response check out icestorm, someone mentioned it on devRant (unfortunately I don't remember who). It's part of an open source toolchain for Lattice iCE40 FPGAs, pretty cool stuff.
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