is a small functional language. It is a Scheme derivative and compliant to most of R5RS. It is relaxed in those terms, though.

How zepto looks? I am glad you ask.

[(display x) | x <- [:h :e :y ", there!\n"]]
This is a List Comprehension. If you are coming from Python, Haskell or Erlang, it should look somewhat familiar to you.1 It uses another construct that is not present in R5RS, namely Atoms. This in turn could be familiar to you if you come from Lisp or Clojure, although they are called Keywords in those languages.

1: For those of you who do not know what this does, it will print :h:e:y, there! to the standard output.

This website is currently a work in progress.

I suggest you check out the github repositories while you wait. It gets updated frequently and new code is added almost on a daily basis.

There is also a little wiki that aims at being a comprhensive walkthrough and reference. Finally, Installation instructions are located here, if you would like to tinker a bit.

Zepto (c) 2015 Veit Heller