Aheui

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Aheui (아희 in Korean language) is the first esoteric programming language ever to be designed for Hangul, the Korean alphabet, designed by User:Puzzlet Chung.

Many of the Aheui's concept is derived from Befunge-93, except the fact that it has no instruction for self-modifying, and that it has 26 stacks and one queue.

This code prints "Hello, world!":

밤밣따빠밣밟따뿌
빠맣파빨받밤뚜뭏
돋밬탕빠맣붏두붇
볻뫃박발뚷투뭏붖
뫃도뫃희멓뭏뭏붘
뫃봌토범더벌뿌뚜
뽑뽀멓멓더벓뻐뚠
뽀덩벐멓뻐덕더벅

Computational class[edit]

Unlike Befunge-93, Aheui does not specify limit of codespace; however, Aheui does not use codespace as a storage. Aheui has additional stacks instead. Since a pair of unbounded stacks can be used to simulate the unbounded tape of a Turing machine, it is likely that Aheui is Turing-complete.

Special characters[edit]

This article contains special characters that fall in the Hangul Syllable area of the Unicode charset. You need an appropriate font for the browser to display it correctly. Because Aheui is a two-dimensional language, using a monospacial Hangul font is highly recommended. (e.g. UnDotum)

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