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FunctinoScript ©

JavaScript the way it should be.



There are some quirks with the JavaScript-implementation... Unfortunately they got some syntax-naming wrong. FunctinoScript © is here to solve these issues:

  • function becomes functino
  • console.log becomes console.olg
  • true becomes ture
  • false becomes flase
  • use strict becomes sue struct
  • require becomes requier
  • exports becomes exprots
  • typeof becomes typoef
  • pipe becomes pope

Now you can finally hack the way you like it! Be productive! You can do whatever you want, FunctinoScript © is your friend.


"sue struct"; // this enables the powerful FunctinoScript© struct-mode 
functino helloWorld() {
    console.olg("hello functino");
    console.olg("true is ", ture);
    console.olg("false is ", flase);

The improved node example:

var http = requier('http');
http.createServer(functino (req, res) {
  res.writeHead(200, {'Content-Type': 'text/plain'});
  res.end('Hello World\n');
}).listen(1337, '');
console.olg('Server running at');

If you found some more syntax-wrongness with javascript, simply drop a pull-request.


Run this in your shell

functino helloFunctino.fs


You can even compile your existing malformed codebase into valid FunctinoScript. Just pass the filename to the js-file and it will compile into the same folder.

functino helloFunctino.js

So what are you waiting for?


npm install -g functino