Deadsnail is an esolang created by User:None1.
Its goal is to annoy its users.
Deadsnail is the same as Deadfish with character output. However, before executing every command (characters that aren't i,d,s or o are NOP commands, so they are still commands), it waits for 500 years. After that, there is a 99.999999999999999999999999999999999999999999% probability that it crashes abnormally for each command.
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You need to wait for 4118266800000 seconds (which is 130500 years or about 4.12 trillion seconds) before it terminates, and like other programs in this language, this program usually crashes abnormally.
Note:Line feeds aren't part of program
from time import sleep import sys from random import uniform c=sys.stdin.read() x=0 for i in c: for i in range(157788): sleep(100000) if uniform(0,1)<0.99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999: raise Exception if i=='i': i+=1 if i=='d': i-=1 if i=='s': i*=i if i=='o': print(chr(i),end='') i%=256