Google's Sawzall language has been open-sourced (pronouced: saws all). After I heard the news, I came to the conclusion that I needed to write a program in the language named after the reciprocating saw. So here it is, my first program in Sawzal (cat.szl):
out: table text of word: string; w: string = input; emit out <- w;
It's pretty much an implementation of cat, which feels like the log analysis/filtering language version of Hello World!.