User talk:Language is an esoteric programming language by User:A that makes fun of user talks of this wiki.
Please note that this page is not a discussion of the user page. And sorry for wasting a user talk page.
Programs in User talk:Language is just a user talk. This is an example:
Your program "Hello world" in User talk:Language has a couple of bugs:
- Your program should output "Hello, World!" into the console.
I suggest you to improve your program, as I did not know any of the syntax in User talk:Language.--Language (talk) 12:54, 27 March 2019 (UTC)Language
A program should begin with "Your program "your program" in implementation language has a couple of bugs:".
Then, you only have to list your program in bulletin points(produced by
*). Of course you can implement programs in User:Language.
End your program in "I suggest you to improve your program, as comment of the program."
Don't forget to add a signature(
In the User talk:Language syntax, you only have to describe your program in English in a pleading tone.
Since User talk:Language's computational power (which appears to be greater than any of the user talks) allows it to make an extended Smallfuck interpreter easily, this is Turing complete.
I think this language should also have a capability to clear itself of its description, in analogy to frequent magical clearings of User talk:A page. —arseniiv (talk) 13:07, 27 March 2019 (UTC)