Color scheme is a color and stack based language built up on a grid of many cells. Each cell can be divided into more than one color. Different series of colors mean and effect the program in a different way. For example O-LB(Orange-Light Blue) adds 0 top the top of the stack.
This is an example of a Truth-machine program that written in color scheme. If you put 0 as the input it will just say '0', if you put 1 as the input it will forever say '1'. A link the preview it in the editor is here.
Input & Output
|Output top stack item as a number. (Removes top stack item)|
|Output top stack item as a character. (Removes top stack item) (\n:0, SPACE:1, a-z:2-27, A-Z:28-53)|
|Output top stack item following ASCII value. (Removes top stack item)|
|Clear the output.|
|Ask for input then add it to the top of the stack.|
|Increment top stack item.|
|Decrement top stack item.|
|Reset to default stack.|
|Clear the stack.|
|Reverse the stack.|
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