This language is created by User:WhyNot?. Based off Assembly.
There are infinite memory slots, which each can hold 1 byte of information. When using the variable, use $. (The addresses start at 0) Note! All numbers must be in hexadecimal.
; Comment add (first number) (second number) (where to store answer) ; adds numbers sub ; add, but subtraction mul ; add, but multiplication div ; add, but division mod ; add, but modulus jmp (line to jump) ; jumps to line (first line is line 0) rnd (start of range) (end of range) (where to store answer) ; random number if_ (memory address) ; if 0, skip next line. out (Ascii of letter(s)) ; Output inp (one for single letter, mny for multiple) (Memory address) ; When doing a multiple letter input, each letter is stored in the following ; memory after the first letter. boo (where to store answer) (boolean operator) (first number) (second number if required) ; Boolean ; Boolean operators: not, and, or_ end ; ends program set (where to store answer) (number) ; sets variable
When wanting to use variables larger than 1 byte, put a number in front of the $. Then, the computer will use 1 memory cell plus the number of cells. Example:
1$1 ; 2 bytes, uses memory space 1 and 2
inp one $0 out $0 jmp 0
out 48 65 6c 6c 6f 20 57 6f 72 6c 64 21
inp one $0 sub $0 30 $0 if_ $0 jmp 6 out 30 end out 31 jmp 6