trueclone is an esoteric language designed to make Spaghetti code.
- uses goto statements.
- doesn't have comments.
- uses a tape, in which every cell is signed and is 16-bit long.
- doesn't support spaces.
- the only symbols trueclone supports are: 0, 1
A line will look something like this:
The parameter is optional and depends on the instruction. The value of a parameter should always be a binary number.
Also, you can put multiple instructions in a line, like this:
Oh and instructions should always be in upper-case
|ADD||yes||Adds to the current cell the value of the parameter|
|SUB||yes||Substracts to the current cell the value of the parameter|
|SET||yes||Sets the value of the current cell to the value of the parameter|
|LEFT||no||Moves the pointer to the right cell|
|RIGHT||no||Moves the pointer to the left cell|
|IN||no||Gets input and stores in the current cell as an ASCII value|
|OUT||no||Outputs the current cell like if it is an ASCII value|
|JUMP||yes||Jumps to the character specified by the parameter|
|JINZ||yes||Jumps to the character specified by the parameter if the current cell value is not zero|
|JITS||yes||Jumps to the character specified by the parameter if the current cell value is zero|
|JINN||yes||Jumps to the character specified by the parameter if the current cell value is below zero|
|JITN||yes||Jumps to the character specified by the parameter if the current cell value is
Turing complete proof
Turing complete means that this program can calculate everything that a Turing machine can calculate.
The proof is that the following characters are the equivalent of the brainfuck instructions (which are Turing complete).
ADD0000000000000001 equivalent of '+' SUB0000000000000001 equivalent of '-' JNZ can be used as '[ ]' LEFT equivalent of '>' RIGHT equivalent of '<'