Eval is a stack-based esolang by User:PythonshellDebugwindow.
Eval uses two stacks, the left stack and the right stack, as well as a stack pointer, which can point to either of the stacks at any one time. The stacks can hold strings and integers.
Eval programs are made up of characters, each one representing a command, except in stringmode and charmode, where characters are pushed to the current stack until another
" is reached.
Normal mode commands (pop/push X means pop/push X from the current stack):
||Switch the stack pointed to by the stack pointer|
||Push 1 if the stack pointer is pointing to the left stack, else push 0|
||Pop A, push A, push A again|
||Pop A, push A + 1|
||Pop A, push A - 1|
||Reverse the current stack|
||Pop A, skip the next instruction if A is falsy (0 or the empty string)|
||Pop A, evaluate A as Eval code|
||Push double quote at start, toggle stringmode, push double quote at end|
||Pop A, output A|
||Pop A, push A to the non-current stack|
In stringmode, a string variable res is initialized to the empty string. Then for each character c, the ` backquote character appends the " double quote character to res, the " double quote character exits stringmode, and all other characters append themselves to res. When stringmode is exited (or on EOF if stringmode is not ended), res is pushed to the current stack.
Replace the second
0 (bolded) with
0+ for input 1.