The language was designed to be very easy to learn and implement.
The following program prints out "Hello World".
This language is a joke language.
Notes on quines
If it was case insensitive, and all unknown characters were ignored, then it would be easy to make a quine using this program. (Maybe even two quines. Or an infinite number.)
It's possible to make such quines with Hello++, which was inspired by this example.
i = input("Enter Command: ") if i != 'h': print("ERROR!") else: print("Hello World")
This interpreter of Hello was written by Zayne in Python3.5
But, that does not ignore un-h chars. A better (and shorter) version by User:A written in Python 3:
i=input(">") if i=='h': print("Hello World")
User:B has dramatically improved the memory and disk footprints of the interpreter written in Python 3:
and has ported it to Python 2 at the cost of increased mass storage usage: