GotoStart
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GotoStart is an esolang by User:ChuckEsoteric08 and is Turing complete descendant of UBLANG.
Specification
GotoStart uses registers (0indexed) to store data. Language requires at least 3 registers to be Turingcomplete
Instruction  Description 

+(x) 
Increment register x .

(x) 
Decrement register x if it is bigger than 0.

=(x:y) 
Set register x to y .

.(x) 
Output register x .

?(x=y>abc) 
If registerx is equal to y execute instructions abc .Note that parenthesis should match to make nested if statements possible.

^ 
Go to the start of the program. 
Infinite GotoStart
Programs in this version of GotoStart always end with ^
and ^
is not allowed to appear elsewhere. Despite this, the language still remains Turingcomplete.
GotoStartpocalypse
In this version if statements always looks like ?(x=0>^)
and ^
is not allowed everywhere else, and the command =(x:y)
is also removed. That would make it almost equivalent to the Brainpocalypse II and Subtractpocalypse, also making it Turingcomplete
Examples
Repeating Counter
This GotoStart and Infinite GotoStart program counts from one (1) up to inclusive three (3), and perpetually repeats the process, printing each stage to the standard output:
?(0=0>+(0).(0)) ?(0=1>+(0).(0)) ?(0=2>+(0).(0)) ?(0=3>=(0:0)) ^
Computational class
See GotoStart Turingcompletness proof
Interpreter
 Common Lisp implementation of the GotoStart and Infinite GotoStart programming languages.