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Fragile is a family of families of programming languages theorized by User:Otesunki.
Fragile consists of families of programming languages, each programming language being called Fragile-N, where N is a natural number. Fragile-N is a family of turing complete programming languages (each can be identified with a name, all of their source codes are in the form of a list of numbers) consisting of N instructions (and a data structure of choice), where getting rid of any one instruction causes the programming language to stop being turing complete.
an instruction is an (ideally simple) operation that changes the instruction pointer, and alters the data structure of choice.