I see abstract symbols as compressed data that simply need to be unzipped and put in their proper places so the program can be executed

yes, thank you for that. I honestly never cared much for the need to come up with concise languages for things. Perhaps they assist people in “back of the napkin” calculations but with easy access to keyboards and speech-to-text on our phones, I hope to see these compressed languages with their own strange grammars uncompressed and “speak aloud”-able some more.

Its a long term goal. A strange one of mine, but it’s one I hope to see or achieve at some point.

I see abstract symbols as compressed data that simply need to be unzipped and put in their proper places so the program can be executed and the data read and the output on screen, so to speak.

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