Every program consists of a single line of code,
EXECUTE(n), where 'n' is the name of a programming language and nothing else. APLBAONWSJAS, upon being run, will run the EXECUTE command and display an interpreter for that programming language. From there, the user must input code manually and then re-run the program, which will run in the executed language. This second-wave programming is considered input in the code, though.
To do this, the Python Interpreter code must be run, followed by the user inputting the following:
The code for the hello world program is:
although there are many ways to produce the hello world program.
The following interpreter is written in APLBAONWSJAS:
In other languages
- Python APLBAONWSJAS Interpreter, with intelligent assistant (will run all examples on this page).