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Nice Logo.PNG
Designed by PoptartPlungerBoi cinnamony
Appeared in 2023
Computational class Turing complete
Major implementations Implemented (Wiki) Unimplemented (Other Websites)
File extension(s) .png.jpg
The title of this article is not correct because of technical limitations. The correct title is actually Nice Logo.PNG.


Nice Logo.PNG (Not to be confused with NICE, written normally) is an esolang created by PoptartPlungerBoi and cinnamony in 2023. This esolang uses images of memes to make a program. To make a Nice Logo.PNG program, MS Paint is used with images using Copy+Paste. As of June 2023, there are no interpreters for Nice Logo.PNG yet.


Diagram nice.png

The direction of the esolang is the typical up-to-down running movement. As in the diagram shown, the memes are connected by a line to make the output.



  • Start, used to start the program. Start nice.jpeg


  • Output, used to print any integer, value and character. Input nice.png

Diagram: 2input nice.png (Prints AB C)

Unlike the rest of the program, the Output keyword uses red lines instead of black. (as seen in diagram) The looks at each red line differs the use.


Diaragram: File:2repeat nice.jpg

Just like the Input keyword, the Repeat keyword uses colored lines, but blue, and creates a bubble. (as seen in diagram) the blue box refers to how many time the script in the blue bubble should repeat. Inside of the blue bubble could be any script, just without the start or stop keywords.

If Then

  • If Then, used to make a statement with a hypothesis in which that is followed by a conclusion. File:Inicememe.jpg

Diagram: File:Ibar2.png

The lines are shown in purple. Just like the Repeat keyword, It forms a bubble. This time, there is a big gap at the right. the input box can be anything.

If Then Else

  • If Then Else, same as If Then, but also gives an option that is the polar opposite of said meme. File:Elsenice.jpg

Diagram: File:Ielsenice.png

Same as the If Then keyword, but no hole at the right. (as seen in diagram) The bubble is now much more bigger and is seperated into two bubbles. The If Then Else keyword is required to be inside the second bubble once programming. The purple foobar box can also be in the second bubble. The two bubbles can also make their own passage lines to other memes.


  • Answer block, normally used in if's Answe nice.png


  • Change variable, used to change the stored number in the current variable File:Cv nice.jpg

Diagram: File:Variable 2.png

The lines are shown in yellow. To store numbers, the digits must be in the rhombus. A vertical line in a rhombus allows to change the current number in the variable.


  • Operations, used to calculate and change integers OpNice.png

Types of Operations:

  • Add, used to add numbers
  • Subtract, used to subtract numbers
  • Multiply, used to multiply numbers
  • Divide, used to divide numbers
  • Modulo, used to find the remainder when one integer is divided by another
  • Round, used to round the given number to the nearest integer
  • Rational, used to perform a specified function on a given number and reports the result
  • Less than/Better than/Equal, used to calculate which number is higher, lower, or equal than the other
  • Or/And, used to compare more conditions
  • Not, used to return the opposite value of the input, reversing its value


  • Event, similar to the If Then and the If Then Else keywords but it can be activated at any time. File:Nice event.jpg

Diagram: File:Event nice.png

Just like the If Then and the If Then Else keywords, the lines are purple. this time, the bubble must be below the meme. Any script can be inside the bubble to activate an event.


  • Stop, used to stop the program. New stopn.PNG

Hello, world!

File:Nice hello world program.png


File:Nice cat program.png