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This follows up from my watercooler post here [[1]]
let Î» range over the countable limit ordinals
and Î»[n] be the nth member in the fundamental sequence of Î»
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Let me know if theres some specific numbers or another notation you guys would like me to add., i don't promise to add every suggestion but i'll take ideas.
The right side counts the red eggs upon applying the notation to the left side
Improved Egg Notation Analysis Table
iEN FGH
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 Improved Egg Notation
This is a notational and functional upgrade of my previous blog [1]
Note: A change in the encoding renders strings from this version and the previous incompatible.

 Concepts
 Eggs
 A pair of grouping symbols
 Egg whites separation between egg groups inside eggs, represented by a comma ,
 Egg colors
 Red = ()
 Blue = []
 Green = {}
 Egg groups
 Contiguous Eggs
 Syntax Rules
 There may be no red egg to the left of a nonred egg. Example: ()[] is invalid
 The above rule also applies to eggs inside other eggs
 There is at least one red egg
 A Blue Egg may contain Red Eggs or Green Eggs, but not both.
 Green Eggs must be inside a Blue Egg or a Green Egg
 When there are only Red Eggs, the notation has ended
 Symbol glossary
 R(n) = n copies of ()
 B(X) = [X]
 G(X) =â€¦

 Egg Notation, Red and Blue eggs
Motivation: The idea was to make a FGH clone without using math language like functions, iterations, ordinals, etc.. in order to make it the least mathy possible it i chose to make it completely without numbers
Why eggs?, because notations in googology sooner or later end up being mixed into salad numbers so i figured i would provide a tasty ingredient for any salad.

 Concepts
 Eggs
 A pair of grouping symbols
 Egg colors
 Red = ()
 Blue = []
 Egg groups
 Contiguous Eggs
 Syntax Rules
 There may be no red egg to the left of a nonred egg. Example: ()[] is invalid
 The above rule also applies to eggs inside other eggs
 There is at least one red egg
 Symbol Glossary
 R = Zero or more Red Eggs.
 B = Zero or more Blue Eggs.
 A/B = Zero or more â€¦

Following from my post in the watercooling forum[1] , and thanks to Littlepeng9 for pointing out an error.
Using normal indexes instead of negative ones (also using alpha now since i'm not really defining it for any limit ordinals)
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