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There is an input string and an output buffer. A few commands read input character-by-character, allowing end-of-data detection. The program takes the input string and the program as shell parameters.
The interpreter has a "register" which catches the hexadecimal numbers found in the program. "2a+" adds the byte 0x2A to the current cell, for example.
The implementation is placed under the terms of Tcl/Tk's BSD-style license.