Postrado

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Postrado
Paradigm(s) imperative
Designed by Ractangle
Appeared in 2024
Memory system variable-based
Dimensions one-dimensional
Computational class Turing complete
Reference implementation Unimplemented
Influenced by
File extension(s) None

Postrado is a joke programming language based on statements made by E.L. Mark Postrado made by User:Ractangle. It's mostly similar to Signs

Commands

Sentence Meaning
And now it's time to pack everything up Starts the program.
Oh. And don't forget the. Print command. The string needs to be in the Capital format due to Rede Globo Bold font making letters uppercase no matter if your text is lowercase or uppercase. Uppercase text is interpreted as literal text (and gets outputed like this "Hello World"), with lowercase text treated as variables. Not including commands
Three, two, one Wait duration command.
Were here at <funcname> [<args>] Creates a function. Functions look like this
Were here at Bahmas
£
[Code here]
Bahamas is shutting down
£

The arguments SHOULD NOT be written if there are no arguments for the function

Why? Because Condition command
I remember some memories with it Repeat following commands. It also functions the same way as Were here at command. To stop it, edit the second £ sign into a Why? Because command.
I think the bus is titled Similar to Python's input command, it also functions as the Oh. And don't forget the. command.
Everybody down the stairs Edits a variable. Also functions the same way as the Were here at command. make sure to replace the £ sign into a variable
Before I started editing videos on Comment, ignores following characters.
<function> is shutting down Ends the function code. And if you didn't watch E.L.Mark's old video's. You whould think that E.L.Mark did not say that phrase
Thank you for <varval> <varname> Creates a variable
I'M QUIT End the program

Computational class

Using the repeat command (I remember some memories with it) as well as the conditional (Were here at) operating on a program counter variable, an unstructured machine can be emulated. In conjunction with variable editing, mathematical operators, and the conditional, increment and conditional decrement can be implemented. Assuming variables are unbounded, any Minsky machine can be translated to an equivalent Postrado program.

Examples

Hello world

And now it's time to pack everything up
Oh. And don't forget the. HELLO WORLD
I'M QUIT

Truth-machine

And now it's time to pack everything up
Thank you for I think the bus is titled 
Why? Because i is 0
Oh. And don't forget the. 0
Why? Because i is 1
I remember some memories with it
£
[Oh. And don't forget the. 1]
£
I'M QUIT

Infinite Loop

And now it's time to pack everything up
I remember some memories with it
£
[Oh. And don't forget the. INF]
£
I'M QUIT

Cat program

And now it's time to pack everything up
Oh. And don't forget the. I think the bus is titled
I'M QUIT

Deadfish implementation

And now it's time to pack everything up
Thanks for 0 ac
Oh. And don't forget the. BOOKFISH
Three, two, one 1
I remember some memories with it
£
[Thanks for I think the bus is titled in
Why? Because in is i
Everybody down the stairs
ac
[ac + 1]
£
Why? Because in is d
Everybody down the stairs
ac
[ac - 1]
£
Why? Because in is s
Everybody down the stairs
ac
[ac * ac]
£
Why? Because in is o
Oh. And don't forget the. ac]
£
I'M QUIT