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The language itself does not specify anything about IO. It is the interpreter which may choose to push stdin and print remaining elements at the end. Therefore I consider Burlesque to not have IO. An interpreter might choose to push a downloaded picture. To what an interpreter initialises the stack or what it does with it on program termination is not defined. My implementation chooses to push stdin on start and print remaining elements on termination. -- Feuermonster (talk) 11:11, 19 February 2013 (UTC)