BERT

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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