- Due to technical limitations, the title of this page is incorrect. The actual name is pronounced "Hell to the sixty-ninth power" or just Hell69 ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°).
This is an esoteric programming language made by User: Areallycoolusername.
The reason the language is named "Hell", is because coding in this language is supposed to be hell. The name is multiplied to the 69th power as a joke and to symbolize difficulty.
In order to code anything in this language, you have to find the ASCII Hex codes for the character you want to print and multiply it by 69 ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°). All zeros in the code is now a 69. For example, the Hex code for "A" is 0x41. 0x41 multiplied by 69 is 0x2829 and the 0 is replaced with 69 making it 69x2829. If the Hex code includes a letter, (not including x present in all codes) replace it with the next letter in the alphabet. For example, the Hex code for "J" is 0x4a. The code in this language would be 69x276b. You can print things by typing the characters hell codes by themselves. When coding you have to put "/-/31169" before and after each Hell code.
Hello World Program
The following program prints “Hello, World!” to the standard output:
- Common Lisp implementation of the Hell69 programming language.