ALT-4 is an esolang by User:PythonshellDebugwindow.
||Push 0 to the stack|
||Pop from the stack|
||If the stack is empty, jump to the matching |
||If the stack is not empty, jump to the matching |
||Scan a filename between this |
||See #Interfile stack manipulation|
10 both parse into two separate commands, and the program
010 parses into [0, 1, 0] as it would have an unmatched bracket otherwise.
When a new file is multithreaded, its instructions execute in parallel with all other multithreaded files. For example, if file F multithreads file G, then every time an instruction in F is executed, an instruction in G is executed right afterwards (execution order is the order the files were multithreaded in). Multithreading by multithreaded files, including recursive multithreading, is allowed. Each file has its own stack, which doesn't get reset when the file finishes executing (stacks don't get kept between multiple runs of the program, however).
Interfile stack manipulation
10 is preceded by
4fname4, that command uses the stack of the file fname (or a special "nil stack" that's always empty, even when pushed to, if the file fname hasn't been multithreaded yet) instead of that of its file. This might be enough for Turing-completeness, as one can multithread an empty file to gain access a new stack (e.g., a Minsky machine).
Empty the stack
Usable within programs.
0 for input 1.