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Alphab [ˈæl.feɪb] uses every latin alphabet letter. It was created in 2023 by CreeperBomb.
Syntax & structure
- Every character has an assigned bit, which start out as zero when a program begins.
- Commands are seperated by whitespace (this will be done by spaces on this page).
- There are four command layouts: all lowercase (flipif), first lowercase (print), first uppercase (jumpif), & all uppercase (query).
- All lowercase will flip the first's bit if the bits of the ones coming after are all 0 (it will always flip if no letters come after).
- First uppercase will jump by the first character's unicode value if the bits of the ones coming after are all 1 (it will always jump if no letters come after).
- If the jump letter has a diacritic, the jump is forewards, otherwise the jump is backwards.
- In all uppercase, the user can choose to flip every specified bit. Multiple letters are required for all uppercase. To flip one value, write it twice (i.e. "AA", "ÜÜ", etc.)
- In first lowercase, multiple letters are, once again, required. The bits are used to print a unicode character, if the first bit is 1. Later bits are higher powers of two.
Notice that flipif runs a nor operation and jumpif runs an and operation. This is useful for thinking about how to do something.
Useful code & basic programs
Set a to one:
Set a to zero:
A or b on c:
A and b on c (parentheses are for if you want to preserve a & b):
cc a b c cab (a b)
Hello world program:
aa aBBBABBA aABABBAA aBBAABAA aBBAABAA aAAAABAA aBBBBBA aAAABAAA aAAAABAA aBABBAAA aBBAABAA aBBABBAA aABBBBA