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Mouse is a small programming language designed for creating and testing small-scale applications. It was developed in the mid-1980s by Dr. Peter Grogono of the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada. Mouse supports high-level programming structures and includes features such as floating-point arithmetic and string-handling capabilities. The language's syntax is simple and uses prefix notation with Reverse Polish Notation (RPN) expressions, making it computationally efficient while limiting its practical use beyond educational contexts or niche applications requiring minimal resources or stringent memory management constraints.
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