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A conlang focused on human ergonomics, efficiency, and learnability.
Phonemes are sorted based on ease of communicability and global usage frequency.
Adjacent vowels should be treated as separate syllables rather than diphthongs.
Hexagon divided into triads
Triads have 7 states made from glyphlets
Glyph generator demos can be found here:
Can be written entirely without spaces
Particles never have an end consonant
Verbs always have an end consonant
C-V-C = Standard syllable syntax (512)
Structures only end when specified or until parameters are saturated
Nouns and verbs always require an end syllable as their length (unlike particles or indexes) are variable.
particles as functions. Changes structure and can literally modify parameters.
There are 2 type of particles. Morphing particles and tagging particles.
Morphing particles will literally internally modify whatever parameters are passed to it.
Tagging particles will externally change how a parameter is read by outside verbs or particles.
Quantitative suffixes 0-0-[0-7]
16777216 (big endian base 10) 100000000 (big endian base 8)
011 101 100 (conlang0 big-endian HAN a.k.a hindu-arbic notation)
011 = x1 ** 8 * x2
101 = 8
100 = 1
:: 011 101 100 = 8 ** 8 * 1 = 16777216
The syllabic glyph system allows for unprecedented keyboard input. It focuses on maximum information throughput which can input the entire glyph (3 phonemes) in a single key press. This is a result of using a system similar to stenographers which input combinations of sounds(keys) simultaneously to generate syllables(glyphs) rather than entering keys one by one and allows for maximum information throughput.