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Partitioned is a WIP esoteric programming language created by Sekoia in 2021. The main limitation is ROM as each partition only contains 255 bytes, for both instructions and data. Every partition shares a single byte at address 0xFF, permitting transmission between partitions. Partitions cycle one after the other, at one instruction per cycle. A partition is formatted as a 16x16 array of bytes. Each byte is separated by a `,` and whitespace is ignored. As a rule of thumb, addresses are written as hexadecimal, instructions as binary, and data as decimal. Octal is also supported.
Each instruction is five bits, followed by 3 flags. The general formatting for an instruction is `0bxxxxx_xxx` so that the 3 flags are distinct. TODO
0b00101_010, 0x10, 0x0F, 0b11101_001, 0x10, 0b10000_100, 1, 1, 1, 0b10000_100, 4, 1, 4, 0b01000_000, 0x00, 0b11111000 72, 101, 108, 108, 111, 32, 87, 111, 114, 108, 100, 33
This is actually a bit more general than just "Hello World!". Any ASCII code can be inserted starting at address 0x10, until it hits a 0. The logic is as follows:
pointer = 0x10 LOOP: IF *pointer EQUAL TO ZERO GOTO END PRINT *pointer pointer++; // This is actually two instructions, because the code has 2 pointers instead GOTO LOOP END: RETURN // ASCII codes