Suppose we wish to inspect our PATH. Then we can make it more readable using awk:

BEGIN { FS = ":" ;OFS = "\n" } {$1=$1 ; print $0}

This will give something like:

/Users/vanessa/.opam/default/bin /Users/vanessa/.cabal/bin /Users/vanessa/.ghcup/bin /usr/local/bin /usr/bin /bin /usr/sbin /sbin /Library/TeX/texbin ...

We can do the same in Jacinda, viz.

fn path(x) := [x+'\n'+y] |> (splitc x ':');

path"$0

Jacinda is far slower, but I think the functional style (especially the absence of global variables) is far preferable.