|written by Malkom on May 18, 2011 05:21|
|This link might be worth a few laughs (I stumbled on it via Wikipedia). More if you actually try to do anything useful with it |
My favorites are Chef and ZOMBIE. ZOMBIE's conditionals are SO FUNNY! It's a pity there's no interpreter for it. Piet seems to be the only one that I might actually enjoy fiddling around with. Luckily there's a interpreter for it.
|Esolang are a pretty neat resource for esoteric programming languages too.|
|written by E_net4 on May 18, 2011 10:31|
|Piet is my favourite esoteric language. Too bad I never got into completing an interpreter for it. Having to analyse contiguous blocks of the same colour was the actual turn-off here.|
|written by Megagun on May 18, 2011 11:24|
|PINAPL is by far the best esolang *ever*.|
Obligatory 99 bottles of beer implementation:
C# interpreter at the link above, faster yet not fully feature-complete Java interpreter over here...
Relevant 0x44 thread over here
|written by Kristos on May 20, 2011 15:57|
|written by E_net4 on May 21, 2011 16:17|
|Amazing compression system! Still a joke, anyway.|
|Well, I was a fan on esoteric languages some months ago. I personnally wrote an interpeter, a debugger, a BF-to-C (and a lot of other languages) converter and a text-t-BF converter (not really optimized :p ).|
I got interested in Befunge, RCEM, Whitespace and another (forgot the name ...).
This is fun !