Ore is a loosely-typed, cross-platform, multiparadigm programming language designed around portability, simplicity and flexibility. It is inspired by languages like C#, PHP, Python, Basic, Bash, CoffeeScript, C and F#. Taking aspects of those languages and combines them together, it leaves out all of the unnecessary, headache-inducing fluff.

Programs that are written in Ore can be compiled and natively executed in Ore OS, which is a compact operating system that takes advantage of the large set of features that Ore offers. This operating system can be run within a Runtime Environment on several platforms including Windows machines and Android devices.

For a list of cool features that Ore offers, don't hesitate to check out the features section of the Language page!

Getting Started

To get started using Ore, simply download and install an Ore Runtime Environment. Running the download will bring up a command-line interface where users can enter commands/code or run Ore programs. These Ore programs can be written using any standard text editor such as Microsoft Notepad or a developer text editor like Notepad++.

Learning more about the language will be helpful, but to find out more about the specific keywords and commands, visit the Code page. Once an Ore program is finished, it can easily be executed or compiled for later use.

Using the Runtime Environment, commands and lines of code can be typed directly in the command line, then executed. For a list of commands that can be executed, visit the Commands section of the Code page.


For a list of changes made in each of these versions, check out the changelog. As new updates are made available, this table will be updated.

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