0A. introduction
E is an object oriented / procedural / unpure functional higher programming
language, mainly influenced by languages such as C++, Ada, Lisp etc.  It is a
general-purpose programming language, and the Amiga implementation is
specifically targeted at programming applications.  Features of the language
include:  speed of >20000 lines/minute on a vanilla A500, inline assembler and
linker integrated into compiler, large set of integrated functions, great
module concept with v39 includes as modules, flexible type-system, quoted
expressions, immediate and typed lists, parametric and inclusion polymorphism,
exception handling, inheritance, data-hiding, methods, multiple return values,
default arguments, register allocation, fast memory management, unification,
LISP-Cells, gui-toolkit, (macro-) preprocessor, very intuitive and powerful
source-level debugger, easy .library linking, and much more...

This is what 'HelloWorld' looks like in E:

/* nominated for Most Boring Example */

PROC main()
  WriteF('Hello, World!\n')