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hi! very cool article (and language!)

something I'd like your input on: from what I understand one of the biggest advantages of concatenative languages is their ease of refactoring ‘since functions can be trivially split and recombined along any syntactic boundary’ (as you wrote). but with the named stacks, we might still need to do some renaming, right? (with some splitting discipline it shouldn't be necessary, I'd say.) or is there something I missed?

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