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Enrtopy++ is an esoteric language created by the User:Esolang1. This language is a successor to Enrtopy, which was designed to be Entropy without the randomly changing feature. (E1-0003)



Syntax is equal to Entropy, but the only difference is that the semicolon is not required. Also a do loop that simply repeats instructions a set times and a get function is added.


   Int      Integer datatype. ==, !=, >, <, >=, <= are available comparisons.
   Float    Real number datatype. Same comparisons are available.
   Str      Array of characters.
   List     Array of any one of the 4 datatypes.


In order to use a variable, the variable must be declared.

   declare <NAME> <TYPE>

After declaring the variable, it can be used.

   let <NAME> = <VALUE>
   let <NAME> = <EQUATION>

For lists, the expression will be the following.

   let <NAME> = [element, element, ...]

To access an element at an index,


Enrtopy++ is 0-indexed.


The print instruction can be used like this:

   print <NAME>
   print <STRING>

To get user input and store it to a variable, use get:

   get <NAME>


Hello, World!

   Program MyNamespace MyProgram [
       print "Hello, World"


   Program MyNameSpace MyProgram [
       declare s str
       get s
       print s

Because there are no random changes in variable values, this program will always print out Hello, World.

99 Bottles of Beer

   Program Rottytooth NinetyNineBottles [
       declare count real
       let count = 99
       while count > 0
   	    if count < 99 
   		   print count
   		   print " bottles of beer on the wall.\n"
   	    print count
   	    print " bottles of beer on the wall, "
   	    print count
   	    print " bottles of beer.\nTake one down, pass it around, "
   	    let count = count - 1
       print " no more bottles of beer on the wall."

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