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¡Gbbprosk! (Unstylized as Gibbproski) is a joke esoteric programming language by Someone668. It is meant to look like gibberish and almost unusable. Every time you save or open it, it will have a 7.31% chance to change 1 line, which can be stacked on top of each other. You also can't bypass line-dependent integers, as each function should be on a different line.

String Types

  • Pq>ttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttxet<-(assign strnum) - creates a normal string, but must have 65 characters and is read right to left, or sometimes left to right.
  • !@(assign strnum):<WoRDs>¡ - creates a normal uncorruptable string, but will have random bad capitalization and change words to be more confusing.
  • w9(assign strnum)`<tezu> - creates a string that changes the ascii number of the each letter by 2, 1, or 0.

Integer Types

  • at1-@z<integer>+(intnum)# - creates an integer that is added by 2, 1, or 0 every line.


  • #4x-h(strnum /intnum) - prints a string
  • us(assign strnum/intnum)$(string/integer type comand) - asks the user for a integer/string.
  • ad(intnum)://@(intnum) - adds two numbers
  • ad+(intnum)://@(intnum) - multiplying (unstable)


¡grdprosk! Is a Different Version of Gibbproski But grid and number based (not really Gibbproski but gibberish).