# a^2+b^2=c^2

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a^2+b^2=c^2 or trianguler theorems is a esolang/computer created by User:Yayimhere for no reason

## memory

memory is stored as a 12 nibble high triangle. each triangle has a hexadecimal word with 23 digits. this word points to a spesific triangle.

### hexadecimal triangle

0 000 00000 0000000 000000000 00000000000 0000000000000 000000000000000 00000000000000000 0000000000000000000 000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000

(and so on)this is the triangle. there is a pointer that points to the layer thats being modified. each digit can be any number from `0-f`

### operations/ISA

there is a few stupid commands:

`MJMP`

: jump to the triangle with the word equal to the current row with trailing 0's for all the missing width`MV`

: move down as many rows as whats the current row is equal to`LWJ`

goto the word to the left`RR`

: reverse the current row`SHL`

: do the current row SHL the row below`MT`

: set the current row to a string of`f`

's if its more than the row below else set it to a string of`0`

's`CJMP`

: jump back as many chars as the row below if the row above is more than 0`ETTAO`

: encrypts the current row to ascii using the nibble table(each pair of nibbles in the current row)`IBRB`

: increment current row by the row below`IBO`

: increment current row by 1`DBO`

: decrement current row by 1`ONMW`

: output the current row encrypted or not`RIS`

: if the current row is ascii encrypted reverse the string`SRTFSUOC`

: set the current row to the following chars(needs to be of the same width as current row) until the next command`OANO`

: a no-op`DFAIAOITES`

: if current row is encrypted to ascii decrypt it

### notes

- the pointer points to a row
- there is another pointer that points to a word
- there are infinitely many words extending to the left
- on the table at (c:B, r:9) there is a space but at (c:B, r:A) there is nothing or a unprintable char. and at (c:C, r:C) there is a space after the t