It's a failed effort to make a simple, universal language. It survives primarily with Trekkies and college students majoring in computer programming and other pseudo-science majors.
An artificial "universal" language, invented by Dr Louis Zamenhof, of Warsaw, and first published in 1887. It is based upon the roots of the principal European languages, and has so simple a grammar and forms of construction that it can be learned very quickly.
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