October 2015 • C++ • finished
EKLIPS is my first attempt at creating a programming language, and it's deliberately weird and impractical. It's stack-based, and all its operands are only one character long, which makes for somewhat easier parsing.
EKLIPS stands for "Eric Kaisers leicht interpretierbare Programmiersprache, which is German for "Eric Kaiser's easily interpretable programming language". (A suitable English translation might be KEPLER — Kaiser, Eric; programming language; easily readable.) The clumsy all-caps acrostics are deliberate.
I declared the project finished, even though it's still lacking support for user input.
Check the readme on GitHub for more information.