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miniBrainflop is a more compact dialect of brainflop. Instead of having 7 instructions, it only has 5 and is still Turing-complete. It also has less memory space, with 24 cells instead of the original brainflop's 1024.
+ Increment the cell under the pointer - Decrement the cell under the pointer > Move the pointer right * If the current cell is 0, get input. Else, print the cell's ASCII value. / If the cell is 0, skip the next instruction. Else, move the pointer left. Relative jump the number under the pointer (negative goes backwards, positive goes forwards).