Deskin (Decrement and skip if negative) is an OISC esoteric language designed to use only 1 Argument.
It uses a memory address which is outputted, storing a value with its name, which it decrements before executing the next command and looping if it is positive, else it will skip the next command or terminate the program if none is defined.
Additional Rules are:
- Input is appended to the code.
- The first output operation is skipped.
- The last output operation is skipped on termination with other output.
A simple Program printing "Hello, world!":
1 72 101 108 108 111 44 32 119 111 114 108 100 33 0
A truth machine program looks like this:
Depending on if a 1 or a 0 is appended, the truth machine outputs an endless string of 1's or a 0