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PUSH is an esoteric programming language created by [[User:Expliked]] in November 2020. It uses a memory tape that can be appended (pushed) to, and removed (pulled) from. PUSH can be stored in a normal <code>*.txt</code> file. ==Syntax== {| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center" |- ! Keyword ! Meaning |- | <code><nowiki>PUSH: (value);</nowiki></code> | Appends the value to the memory tape. |- | <code><nowiki>PULL;</nowiki></code> | Removes the last value from the memory tape. |- | <code><nowiki>OUTPUT;</nowiki></code> | Outputs the last value of the memory tape as an ASCII character. |- | <code><nowiki>INPUT;</nowiki></code> | Prompts for user input, and for each character entered, it will be appended to the memory tape. |- | <code><nowiki>EMPTY;</nowiki></code> | "Empties" the memory tape. Prints out all values individually as ASCII chars. Clears the memory tape. |- | <code><nowiki>CLEAR;</nowiki></code> | Clears the memory tape. |- | <code><nowiki>"</nowiki></code> | Denotes the start and end of a comment. |} ==Examples== "Hello, World!" program: "Hello, " PUSH: 72; PUSH: 101; PUSH: 108; PUSH: 108; PUSH: 111; PUSH: 44; PUSH: 32; "World!" PUSH: 87; PUSH: 111; PUSH: 114; PUSH: 108; PUSH: 100; PUSH: 33; PUSH: 10; EMPTY; Cat program: INPUT; EMPTY; 99 Bottles of Beer: (it works!) https://pastebin.com/WdpYzSVx
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@@ -1,0 +1,62 @@ +PUSH is an esoteric programming language created by [[User:Expliked]] in November 2020. It uses a memory tape that can be appended (pushed) to, and removed (pulled) from. +PUSH can be stored in a normal <code>*.txt</code> file. + +==Syntax== + +{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center" +|- +! Keyword +! Meaning +|- +| <code><nowiki>PUSH: (value);</nowiki></code> +| Appends the value to the memory tape. +|- +| <code><nowiki>PULL;</nowiki></code> +| Removes the last value from the memory tape. +|- +| <code><nowiki>OUTPUT;</nowiki></code> +| Outputs the last value of the memory tape as an ASCII character. +|- +| <code><nowiki>INPUT;</nowiki></code> +| Prompts for user input, and for each character entered, it will be appended to the memory tape. +|- +| <code><nowiki>EMPTY;</nowiki></code> +| "Empties" the memory tape. Prints out all values individually as ASCII chars. Clears the memory tape. +|- +| <code><nowiki>CLEAR;</nowiki></code> +| Clears the memory tape. +|- +| <code><nowiki>"</nowiki></code> +| Denotes the start and end of a comment. +|} + +==Examples== + +"Hello, World!" program: + + "Hello, " + PUSH: 72; + PUSH: 101; + PUSH: 108; + PUSH: 108; + PUSH: 111; + PUSH: 44; + PUSH: 32; + + "World!" + PUSH: 87; + PUSH: 111; + PUSH: 114; + PUSH: 108; + PUSH: 100; + PUSH: 33; + PUSH: 10; + + EMPTY; + +Cat program: + INPUT; + EMPTY; + +99 Bottles of Beer: (it works!) + https://pastebin.com/WdpYzSVx
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PUSH is an esoteric programming language created by [[User:Expliked]] in November 2020. It uses a memory tape that can be appended (pushed) to, and removed (pulled) from. PUSH can be stored in a normal <code>*.txt</code> file. ==Syntax== {| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center" |- ! Keyword ! Meaning |- | <code><nowiki>PUSH: (value);</nowiki></code> | Appends the value to the memory tape. |- | <code><nowiki>PULL;</nowiki></code> | Removes the last value from the memory tape. |- | <code><nowiki>OUTPUT;</nowiki></code> | Outputs the last value of the memory tape as an ASCII character. |- | <code><nowiki>INPUT;</nowiki></code> | Prompts for user input, and for each character entered, it will be appended to the memory tape. |- | <code><nowiki>EMPTY;</nowiki></code> | "Empties" the memory tape. Prints out all values individually as ASCII chars. Clears the memory tape. |- | <code><nowiki>CLEAR;</nowiki></code> | Clears the memory tape. |- | <code><nowiki>"</nowiki></code> | Denotes the start and end of a comment. |} ==Examples== "Hello, World!" program: "Hello, " PUSH: 72; PUSH: 101; PUSH: 108; PUSH: 108; PUSH: 111; PUSH: 44; PUSH: 32; "World!" PUSH: 87; PUSH: 111; PUSH: 114; PUSH: 108; PUSH: 100; PUSH: 33; PUSH: 10; EMPTY; Cat program: INPUT; EMPTY; 99 Bottles of Beer: (it works!) https://pastebin.com/WdpYzSVx
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