Juna

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Juna is a esolang based on NAND logic. It uses a list of registers (one for each non-negative integer), each of which can store one bit and starts set to 0. Every line number is also a non-negative integer. Jumping to . halts the program. Execution starts on line 0.

Syntax

Each line is 5 commands long and are in one of the following forms:

L a b Y N
  • Line L: set register b to register a NAND b. If register b = 0, jump to line Y, else jump to line N
L . b Y N
  • Line L: set register b to input. If register b = 0, jump to line Y, else jump to line N
L a . Y N
  • Line L: output register a. If register a = 0, jump to line Y, else jump to line N

# starts a comment that goes to the end of the line.

Examples

Example program: Truth-machine

0 . 0 1 2 #Set register 0 to inputted value. If it's 0, jump to line 1, else jump to line 2
1 0 . . . #Print register 0 (value 0), then halt
2 0 . 2 2 #Print register 0 (value 1), then repeat

Example program 2: "Hi" in binary (Hello, world! is too long :/)

0 1 1 1 1 #Set register 1 to 0 NAND 0 (1)
1 0 . 2 2 #Printing
2 1 . 3 3
3 0 . 4 4
4 0 . 5 5
5 1 . 6 6
6 0 . 7 7
7 0 . 8 8
8 0 . 9 9
9 0 . 10 10
10 1 . 11 11
11 1 . 12 12
12 0 . 13 13
13 1 . 14 14
14 0 . 15 15
15 0 . 16 16
16 1 . . .