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Lazy K

Lazy K is an esoteric programming language that uses a one-instruction set computer (OISC). The user writes code using only the 'ap' command, which performs an operation on the stack; each instance of 'ap' triggers various operations in sequence. Combined with I/O functions, these operations can be used to carry out complex computations. Lazy K's minimalistic syntax makes it challenging for novices and seasoned programmers alike but serves as a creative tool for educational purposes or entertainment within the esolang community.

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