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C-INTERCAL is an implementation of the esoteric language INTERCAL. C-INTERCAL compiles the INTERCAL source to C files which is then compiled with a C compiler, such as gcc.
cfunge is a fast interpreter (coded in C) for the esoteric language Befunge98. It is standard conforming. cfunge is written to be able to run on any C99 POSIX system.
efunge is an interpreter for Befunge-98 (an esoteric programming language) coded in Erlang. efunge aims to take advantage of Erlang's unique actor-based concurrency model. There have not yet been any release, but trunk is quite stable.
humbug is an esoteric programming language. Like other esoteric programming languages it eschews the bonds of user-friendliness to achieve the ultimate goal of a programming language - to be so obscure and mind-twisting that it's almost impossible to program in. humbug's special feature is ... [More]
Piedit is a Graphical IDE and integrated interpreter for the Piet programming language. Piet is an esoteric programming language inspired by Piet Mondrian, where the programs look like abstract art. The colours and arrangement of the pixels control the program flow and operation. For a more ... [More]
This library contains some JSR-223 scripting engines for famous esoteric languages. Available languages: BrainFuck, HQ9+, ...
Written by a kid inspired by brainfuck language. The goal was to assist coding brainfuck-like stuff on the go. This is not a strict brainfuck interpreter implementation, but is mainly based on those ideas. As the language itself, the whole project's goal is fun. So have fun!
You read these pages, because they have something magic about everyday want to know, because they are turning their lives, or the "fate" a little after trying to help. This is a good thing, because everyone is actually his fortune blacksmith. Some people are daunted by the waves of life ... [More]
I am not a computer science expert or genius, but I enjoy playing around with programs so these are some of the ones I've written.
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