Coconut is a variant of Python built for simple, elegant, Pythonic functional programming.

Coconut is developed on GitHub and hosted on PyPI, where it has been downloaded over 30,000 times. Installing Coconut is as easy as opening a command prompt and entering:

python -m pip install coconut

after which the entire world of Coconut will be at your disposal. To help you get started, check out these links for more information about Coconut:

  • Help: If you’re new to Coconut, Coconut’s Help provides a straightforward, easy-to-follow tutorial of the Coconut Programming Language.
  • Docs: If you’re looking for info about a specific feature, Coconut’s Docs provide a complete documentation of the language.
  • FAQ: If you have questions about who Coconut is built for and whether or not you should use it, Coconut’s frequently asked questions have you covered.
  • Create a New Issue: If you’re having a problem with Coconut, creating a new issue detailing the problem will allow it to be addressed as soon as possible.
  • Gitter: For all general questions, concerns, or comments about anything Coconut-related, ask around at Coconut’s Gitter, a GitHub-integrated chat room for Coconut developers.

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