Baby Language

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Baby Language is a conceptual esoteric programming language created by User:ais523 in 2016.

A Baby Language interpreter ignores the input program and does something random. (Likewise, a Baby Language compiler generates a random executable.) As such, whatever you wanted your program to do, there's an (admittedly small) chance that it will actually do it.

The intended use case for the language is to run your program repeatedly until it does what you want. Just like trying to reason with a real baby, this may take quite a while.

An interpreter created in Python 3 by User:Enoua5: View Source