Emoji

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Emoji is a stack-based esoteric programming language that uses emoji to manipulate the stack. In most cases, non-emoji characters are ignored.

Tokens

πŸ’¬: Read until the next πŸ’¬ and puts that string onto the stack
β›½: Reads until the next 🚘 and puts that string onto the stack (can be nested, meant for storing functions)
➑: Prints a value from the stack
🚲: Puts True onto the stack
🚳: Puts False onto the stack
🚴: Inverts a boolean value from the stack
πŸ‘«: Adds two numbers from the stack
πŸ‘ͺ: Multiplies two numbers from the stack
🌊: Subtracts two numbers from the stack
🍴: Divides two numbers from the stack
πŸ’Έ: Divides two numbers from the stack, returns the remainder
πŸ’Ώ: Rounds a number to the nearest integer
πŸ“₯: Rounds down a number from the stack
πŸ“€: Rounds up a number from the stack
πŸ‚: Converts a number to a hex string
πŸ”’: Converts a string to a number
πŸ‘¬: Checks if two numbers are equal
🐣: Checks if a number is less than another
πŸ”: Checks if a number is greater than another
πŸ”š: Takes a boolean from the stack.  If false, skips to the next 🐧.
πŸ”™: If the last πŸ”š did not skip past stuff, skip to the next 🐧.
πŸ”ƒ: Takes two strings from the stack.  Runs the first, takes a boolean.  If true, runs the second and repeats.
πŸ‘₯: Duplicates a stack entry
πŸ”£: Converts a character to its character code
πŸ”: Converts a character code to its character
πŸ“²: Takes two objects, saves the first to a variable identified by the second
πŸ“±: Takes an object, returns the value from the variable by that name
πŸ“ƒ: Returns the length of a string or array from the stack
βœ‚: Takes a string and two numbers.  Returns the substring from the string from the first number (inclusive) to the second number (exclusive).
πŸƒ: Evaluates a string
πŸ“š: Creates an empty array.
πŸ“Œ: Takes an array and an object.  Adds the object to the end of the array.  Does not return anything, you'll want to use variables with this.
πŸ”‘: Takes an array or string and an index.  Returns the value at that index.
πŸ”€: Swaps two elements on the stack.
πŸ”Š: Capitalize a string.
πŸ”‰: Change a string to lowercase.

Examples

Hello World

πŸ’¬Hello WorldπŸ’¬βž‘

External resources