# BERT

From Esolang

The esoteric programming language, BERT, stands for Boring Equation Rational(not really) Trinomial language. Made by Areallycoolusername, its based off of Polynomial.

## Specifics

You can print things using ASCII decimal codes. However the code have to go through a "Rational" trinomial equation. The equation is as follows, "12n ÷ 69 × (-21)". Where n is the code you want printed. So 33 which prints an exclamation mark will equal -120(including all numbers behind the decimal point). All code must start with "BE", and end with "RT". You can make comments with the "@" sign.

## Hello World Program

BE@This is a comment−262.9565217391−368.8695652174−394.4347826087−394.4347826087−405.3913043478−160.6956521739 −116.8695652174−434.6086956522−405.3913043478−416.347826087−394.4347826087−365.2173913043RT