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00 Tables is an esoteric programming language by User:HereToAnnoy where all instructions, programs, and specifications are made of tables. Programming in Tables will be a nightmare due to the overwhelming amount of tables that must be looked through.
01 Tables in whole is less of a single programming language, and more of a table-filled table of programming languages.
02 The specification used in a Tables program will change depending on the current specification
03 Programs in tables will be made of many tables
Some Tables May Even Have More Tables Inside Of Them
Specification Number Specification
Name of Property of Specification Property of Specification
  • The specification first used in every program
  • A simple language that uses a global table to store data.
  • The global table contains the program, data, input, and output.
  • All table indices are strings and all values at those indexes are also strings.
  • Program code is executed from index 0, then after every line the program will execute from the same index, but the number at the end of the index will be incremented (0 goes to 1, 1 goes to 2, MyFunc123 goes to MyFunc124)
Format for Instructions
Line Number Table of Instruction Name Containing Table of Instruction Arguments
Instruction Name Instruction Arguments
Argument Value
Arg1 <ARG1>
Arg2 <ARG2>
etc... <ETC...>
List of Instructions
Instruction Name Table of Parameters (bold = required) Description
Table Index Value
Sets index Index of table Table to Value. Table defaults to the global table if not specified.
Table Index
Returns Table of index Index if Table is a table, if Table is a string returns Global of Table of index Index
Line Number
The next instruction will be read from index Line Number. (Note: If a line that does not end with a number or digit is jumped too, the code on the line will execute fine, but Tables will terminate afterwards if it hasn't jumped somewhere else.)
Specification Number
The rest of the code will be executed using the specification with number Specification Number. Note: This command can only access specifications with a leading zero. If one attempts to access a specification without a leading zero, the program will terminate.
Other notes
Useless Numerical Value Note
0 Index "Global" of the global table references the global table.
1 Index "Input" of the global table is a table filled with inputs (any indices)
2 Index "Output" of the global table is a table used as output of the program (any indices)
3 Accessing a table at an index that has no defined value returns the string "NULL"
4 The global table is predefined with the program and any data included in the source code.
5 In most cases, the label of a column in a table does not matter, but for readable code they should be named appropriately (in fact, the label is not required)
6 A index beginning with a * is to be interpreted as a command when accessed, no matter the table it is in. When reading from the index, the * is ommited.
7 Attempting to execute a "NULL" (or any other invalid command) will terminate the program.
Example Name Source Code
Cat program (Input stored in Input, Output sent to Output)
Line Number/Global Table Index Instruction/Value
Instruction Name Parameters
Parameter Name Parameter Value
Index Output
Name of Instruction Table of Parameters
Name of Parameter Value
Table Global
Index Input