Feta is a joke programming language created by Nicholas Smith as a glitch to the BBC question about false programming language on 30 May 2013. It contains only one instruction: "WRITE", that prints "H3110 W0R1D" in an external text file named "0WTPWT.txt". It was designed to be an April Fool on the GlobalGameDevelopersForum site.
Syntax is one very simple: The instruction is "WRITE".
Zayne was here and this is his implementation
i = input("Enter Command: ") if i != 'WRITE': print("") else: file = open("0WTPWT.txt","w") file.write("H3110 W0R1D") file.close()