Mythryl uses lower-case identifiers to name constants, variables, functions and packages. Their syntax is:
Note in particular that apostrophe is a legal constituent of such identifier names. As in mathematics, a trailing apostrophe is often used to mark a slight variant of a variable:
foo # Some value. foo' # Closely related value.
Some lower-case identifiers are reserved and not available for programmer use as vanilla identifiers:
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