Red is a programming language that was created in 1993 by Ken Iverson and Roger Hui. It is a statically typed, functional programming language that is designed for simplicity and concision. Like other functional programming languages, Red eschews variables in favor of higher-order functions, which makes code easier to read and understand. Additionally, Red features an interactive development environment that makes it easy to experiment with code and learn the language.

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