Function ("Sugar1","Sugar2",...)Description
  
*Operators* 
+Sum the top of the stack. If it's a stack, sum all the values together, otherwise, sum with the second value in the stack. If that's a stack, push a new stack where all values have the previous top of the stack added to it.
/Divide either two numbers, two stacks, or a number and a stack, returning apropriately.
%Modulus of the popped two top values is pushed to the top of the reg stack.
* ("×")Same functionality as '+', yet for multiplication.
.Same functionality as '+', yet for concatination.
-Same functionality as '/', but for subtraction.
//Same functionality as '/' yet for integer division.
^Same functionality as '/' yet for exponants.
  
*Comparison* 
<Compare the second topmost item of the reg stack with the top.
<=Compare the second topmost item of the reg stack with the top.
== ("≡","E")Compare the second topmost item of the reg stack with the top.
!= ("e")Compare the second topmost item of the reg stack with the top.
>Compare the second topmost item of the reg stack with the top.
>=Compare the second topmost item of the reg stack with the top.
and ("&")Compare the second topmost item of the reg stack with the top.
or ("|")Compare the second topmost item of the reg stack with the top.
not ("!")If the top of the stack is truth, push false. True otherwise.
truthy ("!!", "‼")if the top value is truthy, push true, Otherwise, push false.
  
*Reg Stack Manipulation* 
[Pop the top value of the stack.
]Duplicate the top value of the stack.
\Swap the top and second topmost values of the stack.
asoc ("=")Make the string on top of the stack represent the value under it, in function form. If the top of the stack is a stack, do the previous on the two values below it, but to this stack.
getraw ("º", "g")Get the function that a string represents
recallPush the function the top of the stack represents. Like getraw, but only considers the mem stack, not defaults.
  
*Flow of Control* 
if ("f{", "?")If the top of the stack is truthy, continue, otherwise, scan and skip to the paired 'end'
while ("w{", "¿")if the top of the stack is truthy, continue, otherwise, scan and skip past the paired 'end'. Upon reaching the paired end, return to this while and check again.
for ("F{", ":")essentially for (i=a; i<=b; i+=c) where a is the top most value of the stack, b is the second and c is the third.
function ("=>", "§", "§", "{")Define a function between this and its paired end, push it to the stack.
else ("}{", "¡")"Flow of control else.
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end ("}")Flow of control end.
if_peekSame functionality as 'if', but does not pop the conditional.
while_peekSame functionality as 'while', but does not pop the conditional.
call ("C")Call the function of function defined by the top of the stack.
(Begin defining a constant stack.
)Finish defining a constant stack.
  
*IO and Meta Functions* 
pWrite to the STDOUT, followed by a newline.
wWrite to the STDOUT.
readRead a line from STDIN.
exitStop the script then and there, or exit the subprocess.
debug ("I")Dumps a the contents of the stack to the STDOUT
doRun the top of the stack as RProgN.
-0Run the string as if it were a 0 space string.
QPush the current interpreted string. May behave unexpectedly outside the main function.
  
*Defaulted Values* 
ALPHABET ("A")Push the uppercase alphabet.
alphabet ("a")Push the lowercase alphabet.
timePush the current Unix Time.
tPush 10.
xPush the string 'x'. For golfing.
yPush the string 'y'. For golfing.
zPush the string 'y'. For golfing.
XPush the string 'X'. For golfing.
YPush the string 'Y'. For golfing.
ZPush the string 'Z'. For golfing.
reg ("r")Push the reg stack. Be careful when playing with this.
memPushes the 'mem' stack to the stack. This is technically an associative array, containing all assigned global variables.
flowPushes the flow of control stack, used by 'end' for flow of control. Hard to use.
local ("⌂","@")Returns a local asoc array. Values can be asoc'd to this, and they can then be called the same way as they would from the mem stack, but works sepereately for sub-functions.
goatGoat.
  
*General Functions* 
frombase ("-B")Convert the second topmost value from the base on top of the stack to an integer.
base ("B")Convert the second topmost value to the base on top of the stack.
char ("c")Push the ascii character represented by the value on top of the stack, or if the top of the stack was a stack, a new stack containing all the values replaced with their ascii representation.
byte ("b")Same functionality as 'char', but gets the byte that the ascii character represents. If the string is more than one character long, pushes a stack of numbers.
ceil ("^^", "¯", "J")Push the rounded up form of the top of the stack.
decode64Decode a string as Base64.
encode64Encode the top of the stack as base64.
delta ("d")Push a stack of continuous differences of a stack or a string.
match ("M")Return the string or all subpatterns on the second topmost position based on the top of the stack.
replace ("R")Replace all the values in the third topmost position with the first based on the second of the stack. Second value is a stack, replace all of the stack with the value on the top. If the top value is a function, run the function for each match, passing the match, and replace it with it's output.
mapReplace, but but with the pattern '.' implicitely.
find ("f")Push the first found index of the top of the stack within the value under it, or falsey if it failed to find anything.
floor ("_")Floor the top value of the stack.
foreach ("æ")Repeatedly run the function on the top of the stack on the stack under it, passing each value to the stack before the call.
getGet the value represented by the top of the stack from the stack underneith it.
hasvalueTruthy if the second topmost value contains the top value, falsey otherwise. Only works on stacks.
inversePush a new stack that is the top of the stack in reverse order.
invert ("i")Same as inverse, yet modifies the target stack.
clone ("u")Make a new stack with identical contents.
len ("L")Push the length of the top of the stack. Works for both stacks and strings.
lower ("l")Convert the topmost value to lowercase.
max ("N")If the top value is a stack, push its largest value, otherwise push the larger value of the top two items.
min ("n")Same functionality as 'max', yet for the smallest value.
peek ("K")Push the top of the stack of the stack under it, without popping said value. Stack underneith is still popped.
pop ("po", "☼", "O")Pop the top value of the stack on top of the stack.
push ("P")Push the top of the stack to the stack under it.
randPush a random number between the second most top value and the first.
randomseedSeed the RNG with the top of the stack.
rep ("£", "m")Repeat the second topmost value of the stack the top of the stack times, as a string.
rotate_l ("←")Rotate the stack on top of the stack left once.
rotate_r ("→")Rotate the stack on top of the stack right once.
setRedundant, sets the value of k to v of stack t where t is the third topmost value, k is the second and v is the first.
shuffleRandomise the stack on top. Please avoid doing 'reg shuffle'
split ("↔")Split the second topmost string, grouping by the first pattern.
sqrt ("j")Push the square root of the top of the stack.
stack ("s")Push a new empty stack.
sub ("¢", "q")Get the substring of the third top most value of the stack between the second and first indexes, 1 indexed.
index ("V")Push the top of the stack'th value of the value under the top.
sum ("++", "‡")Same functionality as '+'.
to ("▬", "T")Push a stack from the second topmost value to the first. Works for strings and numbbers.
tostack ("S")Convert the top of the stack to a stack of characters
typePushes a string name for the type of variable that is on top of the stack.
upper ("U")Convert the top of the stack to uppercase.
sort ("$")Sort the second topmost value by the top function.
format ("F")Pops the top of the stack to use as a template string, pops the arguments required to forfill that string, or optionally a stack to serve the same purpose, then pushes the formatted string.
  
*Arithmatic* 
sin ("D")Pushes the sin of the popped top of the stack. Uses Radians.
cos ("G")Pushes the cos of the popped top of the stack. Uses Radians.
tan ("H")Pushes the tan of the popped top of the stack. Uses Radians.
asinPushes the arcsin of the popped top of the stack. Uses Radians.
acosPushes the arccos of the popped top of the stack. Uses Radians.
atanPushes the arctan of the popped top of the stack. Uses Radians.
atan2Pushes the arctan of the two top values of the stack, acounting for quadrants.
log ("o")Pushes the log of the top two values of the stack.
degConvert the top of the stack to degrees from radians.
radConvert the top of the stack from degrees to radians.
factors ("k")Push a stack containing all the unique factors of the top of the stack.
primacy ("v")Push true if the top of the stack is prime, false otherwise.