On the 14th of March, pi day, making a program that calculates the digits of pi wasn't going anywhere, so BOREDOM was made to make up for that. In order to anything, even to print a hello world program, you need an infinite number of code. For example, to print hello world, you need the "STAMP" command. Since this language needs an infinite number of code, you need to specify STAMP and "Hello, world!" over and over again. Even before you start coding, you need the "<ACTV>" command to start the program (you only need to type it once). Then, it waits for you to fulfill the need of infinite code.
Hello World Program
<ACTV> STAMP Hello, World!
This is the incomplete version. A real program would require you to specify the command and what you want printed indefinitely.
There is one interpreter for BOREDOM in Pascal, here it is.
program pronouncedfynight (input,output); uses crt; const number = 69; var call : string; cool : string; coal : string; begin readln(call); if(call='<ACTV>')then while number=69 do begin readln(cool); readln(coal); end; writeln(coal); end.
This is the ultimate result of boredom.