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Hi, I like to make stuff. Check out my website here.


  • Left‐Right March: A one‐dimensional fungeoid.
  • Expressions: A basic and very unoriginal Forte clone.
  • Dashes: A language where programs are sequences of dashes.
  • Highways: My first two‐dimensional language, also my first concurrent language.
  • PRG: A weirdlang where every word is three letters long.
  • Fool: A language based on boolean logic with a paradigm that I don't know how to describe. (somebody please give info)
  • Cratefuck: A language based around the idea of a limited number of data markers on an infinite tape.
  • ONE WAY: A language based on one‐way movement of data across stacks.

Here is some quick data on these Esolangs:

Name Paradigm Determinism Memory Computational class I/O Dimensions Implemented Self‐modification
Left‐Right March Imperative Deterministic Cell‐based Unknown Non‐interactive 1 Yes Yes
Expressions Imperative Deterministic Uncategorized Unknown Interactive 1 No No
Dashes Imperative Deterministic Cell‐based & stack‐based Turing-complete Non‐interactive 1 Yes No
Highways Imperative Probabilistic Cell‐based Turing-complete Non‐interactive 2 No No
PRG Imperative Deterministic Variables & dynamic memory Unknown Interactive 1 No No
Fool Unknown Deterministic Cell‐based Turing-complete No 1 Yes No
Cratefuck Imperative Deterministic Cell‐based Turing-complete Output only 1 Yes No
ONE WAY Imperative Deterministic Stack‐based Turing-complete Interactive 1 Yes No