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nimf is an interpreted language written in golang. It bears no relationship to the language 'nim'. Nimf is an implementation of a concatenative language in a more or less forth** oriented style. It has been created mostly as a learning exercise, but is definitely usable for certain types of programming tasks as well as for educational purposes.
There are a number of ways one could write a hello world program in nimf, but the easiest would be to use the output capabilities of the text module and just print the string:
" text " inline " hello, world " str.print-buf
If you are confident and don't need a guide:
git clone https://git.rawtext.club/sloum/nimf && cd nimf sudo make install
The repo comes with a detailed readme that can walk you through just about anything you'd need, with the exception of the full api reference available here in the nimf guide.