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Archie (Pink axolotl) is the print function. The pink cheetahs are the memory slot. Pippin (Rainbow Pumpkin) is the input function. Chicken is the storer of the value of the memory slot. When you put one pink cheetah in front of Pippin, the input is stored. Lomo (Green Axololotl) is a special plushie. When you put it infront of a command, it only runs the command when the pink cheetah is equal to Monica (purple axolotl). Every small plushie except the pink cheetahs and Burger can be used as values.
I found a third pink cheetah and Autumn (Black Cat). Autumn is an adder. You put 2 value-small-plushies together (one of them can be a Pink Cheetah), and it gets saved to Burger. Rainbow Doggo (Rainbow Dog) is an infinite loop.
This asks for the user input, and prints it through Archie.
Truth machine... I guess?
This asks for user input, and if it is Monica, than Archie prints a Monica.
This uses Mexica (Italian-looking food plushie) to represent Hello World, and uses Archie to print.
This is the script from the logo. It appears to store Galaxia into Pink Cheetah using chicken, printing Mexica, and an input that saves to pink cheetah that never gets accessed because Monica is nowhere in the script.
Programs using Extended Syntax
Better Truth Machine
Uses Rainbow Doggo to loop printing Monica.
Adds your input to Galaxia and prints it.
I have made a text format... Notes: There can only be one of each plushie, except for Pink Cheetah, where there can be 2
Cat in text
Truth machine... I guess? in text
Hello World in text
Just put the text format on the talk page. Note: I might reject it if it is impossible, and I might use a different small plushie because I don't have all of the small plushies.