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A "Hello, world!" program is a trivial program which outputs a static string of text[note 1], usually
This program is often the first one written in a new esoteric programming language, to demonstrate output. It is a popular problem.
The program comes from the first example program in the classic K&R C manual. Note that the K&R version was in all lowercase and lacked an exclamation mark.
- Hello world program in esoteric languages, a list of hello world programs in different esoteric languages
- Hello, a joke language
- HQ9+, another joke language
- ↑ If the static string is not "Hello world", then the problem may be more often called "kolmogorov complexity" problem.
- The Hello World Collection, a collection of 490+ Hello World programs
- Hello World article on Wikipedia
- Hello world on Rosetta Code
- Hello World article on NicoNico Daihyakka