I have to admit that, despite the 258 possible interpretations that list gives for Helios' post, I chuckled a bit at
Pot Smokers of America
Parrot Society of Australia
It may have started with a repost bot, but you learn something new every day.
since all we have is a title now, I would not mind a language where you had math symbols like sqrt and so on. With unicode, all that stuff is in it and more, though you would need some way to type them more efficiently.
So like LaTeX combined with Maxima? While I like its... terseness, I think we can all agree that mathematical notation is not the most reader-friendly language around. I think my favorite abuse of it is in the Ethereum whitepaper, where it specifies the EVM ISA and its semantics. It's like the writer went "just go ahead and try to figure out how to implement it!"
Good tip, with that I was able to do it with pi π, but that just looks like nonsense, why would π(30) return sqrt(30)? Too bad √ is not in the allowed list. Short of making a recommendation to the C/C++ standards committee, it looks like it's not happening any time soon.
I guess you could pick another greek symbol to represent sqrt(), but there's still the effort of getting a programmable keyboard.