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|Paradigm(s)||imperative, functional, string-rewriting, object oriented, declarative, particle based|
|Memory system||Cell-based, Stack-based, Queue-based, Deque-based|
|Dimensions||one-dimensional, zero-dimensional, two-dimensional|
|Computational class||Turing complete|
Categorial is amazing, virtuous, good, great and perfect, without flaw. Any details omitted are implementation dependant. Programs are to be supplied as an image of the source code.
There is a tape, stack, deque and a queue.
λ - interpret the remainder of the program as Haskell, thus very functional. CGOL - print the amount of tomatoes to have existed in a new simulation of the universe, after being run for 12 quadrillion years (async). The universe is particle based and possibly nondeterministic. l - push a qubit to the top of the stack. Implementation dependant what operations on this qubit do. a - pop from stack to queue b - pop from queue to deque c - pop from deque to tape d - get from the end of deque to tape e - move from tape to stack > < + - , . [ ] - brainfuck equivelants 0 - change amount of dimensions to 0 1 - change amount of dimensions to 1 2 - change amount of dimensions to 2 😠️ - interpret the remainder of the program as Java, thus very object oriented. t - spawn new thread. Implementation dependant. r - set state of the program to the previous one, implementation defined, very reversible. 🍆️ - be an Aubergine derivative. I'm not sure why this is a category. Implementation defined. Implicitly at the start of all programs. c - be a 5D Brainfuck With Multiverse Time Travel derivative. Implementation defined. Implicitly at the start of all programs. I'm not sure why this is a category, either. J - interpret the remainder of the program as J, thus declarative. 🏌️ - interpret the remainder of the program as GolfScript, thus golfing language. m - Modify the source code. ! - Modify how the esolang works to make it a push down automaton. ¡ - Modify how the esolang works to make it a finite state automaton.
I had an excellent set of example programs, which this margin is unfortunately too small to contain.