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???Glass, 212 bytes, safe

{     (M)        [
    m     v   A
   ! o   O   !
  <     0   >
 m     <   1
>  =/m<     1>  v
 a.    ?0o
 (on)      .
         ? "
           ,
           "
         o  o.
?0<100>v
(ne).?m 1=  ,
\
          \^]}

This was fun.

Glass is a stack-based, object oriented esolang that was previously featured on Esolangs. I intended to make this look like a 2D language. If we strip out extraneous whitespace in this submission, we get this:

{(M)[mvA!oO!<0>m<1>=/m<1>va.?0o(on).?"
                ,
                "oo.?0<100>v(ne).?m1=,\^]}
Glass begins executing from the m (main) method of the class M (Main). Because of Glass's syntax, this would be written as {M[m 'Method body']}. In order to avoid this being too recognizable as Glass, I wrapped the M in parentheses (which are mandatory for multi-character names).

???, 212 bytes

{     (M)        [
    m     v   A
   ! o   O   !
  <     0   >
 m     <   1
>  =/m<     1>  v
 a.    ?0o
 (on)      .
         ? "
           ,
           "
         o  o.
?0<100>v
(ne).?m 1=  ,
\
          \^]}

This was fun.

Glass, 212 bytes, safe

{     (M)        [
    m     v   A
   ! o   O   !
  <     0   >
 m     <   1
>  =/m<     1>  v
 a.    ?0o
 (on)      .
         ? "
           ,
           "
         o  o.
?0<100>v
(ne).?m 1=  ,
\
          \^]}

Glass is a stack-based, object oriented esolang that was previously featured on Esolangs. I intended to make this look like a 2D language. If we strip out extraneous whitespace in this submission, we get this:

{(M)[mvA!oO!<0>m<1>=/m<1>va.?0o(on).?"
                ,
                "oo.?0<100>v(ne).?m1=,\^]}
Glass begins executing from the m (main) method of the class M (Main). Because of Glass's syntax, this would be written as {M[m 'Method body']}. In order to avoid this being too recognizable as Glass, I wrapped the M in parentheses (which are mandatory for multi-character names).

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???, 212 bytes

{     (M)        [
    m     v   A
   ! o   O   !
  <     0   >
 m     <   1
>  =/m<     1>  v
 a.    ?0o
 (on)      .
         ? "
           ,
           "
         o  o.
?0<100>v
(ne).?m 1=  ,
\
          \^]}

This was fun.