I was reading about Iota and Jot and found this section confusing:
Unlike Iota, where the syntactic tree for a string can branch either on the left or on the right, Jot syntax is uniformly left-branching. As a result, Iota is strictly context-free, but Jot is a regular language.
My understanding is that both Iota and Jot are Turing complete. But apparently, one is context-free, and the other is regular! Surely regular languages can't be Turing complete?
1*0is a regular language ;-) Albeit not a very friendly programming language either for the programmer or the compiler-writer. $\endgroup$