ren-notation is an actively used meta language created in 2013. Ren is a lightweight data-exchange text format. It is programming language independent with familiar conventions. Whitespace separates values, but is not significant beyond that. Ren has two main data structures: An ordered group of values, called a list; A collection of name/value pairs, called a map
- the ren-notation website
- ren-notation first appeared in 2013
- file extensions for ren-notation include ren
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Last updated August 9th, 2020