Bullfrog

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Bullfrog is an esoteric programming language, designed by Ryan Kusnery, without conditional jumps. It is a sort of cross between Forth and Assembly. Despite the lack of conditional jumps they can be simulated because the JUMP instruction gets an address from the top of the stack.

Bullfrog was part of the inspiration for SMITH, a language without any jumps whatsoever.

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