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No. is a Python- or C-interpreted, joke programming language created by Vulture001. The sole purpose of the language is to deny the user the command. There is no legal program, as each command returns the same output
Hello, World! program
This is impossible.
(Really, this is a quine; I'm not saying no to doing a quine.)
This is the original interpreter, written in Python.
res = 'No.' while True: c=input("no>") if "yes" in c: print(res) else: print(res)
This is also a valid interpreter written in Python.
while True: input('no>') print('No.')
- Interpreter on Github (dead link)
- Another interpreter made by DanielE (talk) 21:03, 12 March 2022 (UTC)