The Greedy CAM architecture describes a class of experimental processors that aim to cope with memory latency and enable parallelism by combining a streams-and-kernels execution model with a relational-query-based memory model. This article focuses on the programming abstraction (equivalent to the ISA in more conventional systems) of Greedy CAM systems, as exemplified by a low-level intermediate language. Using a series of small example programs, we demonstrate several programming idioms and analyze their performance using a simple functional-level simulator. We also suggest extensions needed for the implementation of higher-level programming abstractions.