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PANOPTES's Dumb Burger Thing
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PANOPTES's Dumb Burger Thing
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Here is the story of how PANOPTES's Dumb Burger Thing, or DumbBurger for short, was created. Right around now, I was procrastinating. I still am. And while I was procrastinating, this code for generating the first 10 elements of the Fibonacci Sequence came into my head. <code> Hello, I'd like two Number 1s and a Large Number 10. //Pushes 1 twice and a Coke onto the stack. Pushes a 10 onto the large stack. I have a friend who would like a Coke to go, and a Large Fries. //Loop declaration. //The coke evaluates to the sum of the top two elements of the stack. As the coke is to go, its value is outputted. //The fries evaluate to the top element of the stack minus 1. //Eventually, the top element of the large stack should equal zero, meaning the loop is exited and the program halts. </code> Here are the operators I came up with so far: A Number N evaluates to N. Coke evaluates to the sum of the top two elements of the stack. Diet Coke evaluates to the top element of the stack plus 1. Onion Rings evaluate to the topmost element of the stack minus the second topmost. Fries evaluate to the top element of the stack minus 1. A Chicken Sandwich evaluates to the topmost element of the non-Large stack. Most of the boring syntractic stuff can be figured out from the above example, but here's some more: Every line after the first is prefaced with "I'd also like" unless it's part of a loop. This is how you declare a multilne loop, as well as nested loops. <code> I'm also ordering for a friend. They'd like... They'd also like.. They're also ordering for a friend. Their friend'd like... Their friend'd like.. Okay, moving on. Okay, moving on. </code> Y'all are welcome to add more ideas. [[Category:Unimplemented]] [[Category:Stack-based]] [[Category:Works in progress]]
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@@ -1,0 +1,37 @@ +Here is the story of how PANOPTES's Dumb Burger Thing, or DumbBurger for short, was created. + +Right around now, I was procrastinating. + +I still am. + +And while I was procrastinating, this code for generating the first 10 elements of the Fibonacci Sequence came into my head. + +<code> +Hello, I'd like two Number 1s and a Large Number 10. //Pushes 1 twice and a Coke onto the stack. Pushes a 10 onto the large stack. +I have a friend who would like a Coke to go, and a Large Fries. //Loop declaration. +//The coke evaluates to the sum of the top two elements of the stack. As the coke is to go, its value is outputted. +//The fries evaluate to the top element of the stack minus 1. +//Eventually, the top element of the large stack should equal zero, meaning the loop is exited and the program halts. +</code> +Here are the operators I came up with so far: +A Number N evaluates to N. +Coke evaluates to the sum of the top two elements of the stack. +Diet Coke evaluates to the top element of the stack plus 1. +Onion Rings evaluate to the topmost element of the stack minus the second topmost. +Fries evaluate to the top element of the stack minus 1. +A Chicken Sandwich evaluates to the topmost element of the non-Large stack. +Most of the boring syntractic stuff can be figured out from the above example, but here's some more: +Every line after the first is prefaced with "I'd also like" unless it's part of a loop. +This is how you declare a multilne loop, as well as nested loops. +<code> +I'm also ordering for a friend. +They'd like... +They'd also like.. +They're also ordering for a friend. +Their friend'd like... +Their friend'd like.. +Okay, moving on. +Okay, moving on. +</code> +Y'all are welcome to add more ideas. +[[Category:Unimplemented]] [[Category:Stack-based]] [[Category:Works in progress]]
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Here is the story of how PANOPTES's Dumb Burger Thing, or DumbBurger for short, was created. Right around now, I was procrastinating. I still am. And while I was procrastinating, this code for generating the first 10 elements of the Fibonacci Sequence came into my head. <code> Hello, I'd like two Number 1s and a Large Number 10. //Pushes 1 twice and a Coke onto the stack. Pushes a 10 onto the large stack. I have a friend who would like a Coke to go, and a Large Fries. //Loop declaration. //The coke evaluates to the sum of the top two elements of the stack. As the coke is to go, its value is outputted. //The fries evaluate to the top element of the stack minus 1. //Eventually, the top element of the large stack should equal zero, meaning the loop is exited and the program halts. </code> Here are the operators I came up with so far: A Number N evaluates to N. Coke evaluates to the sum of the top two elements of the stack. Diet Coke evaluates to the top element of the stack plus 1. Onion Rings evaluate to the topmost element of the stack minus the second topmost. Fries evaluate to the top element of the stack minus 1. A Chicken Sandwich evaluates to the topmost element of the non-Large stack. Most of the boring syntractic stuff can be figured out from the above example, but here's some more: Every line after the first is prefaced with "I'd also like" unless it's part of a loop. This is how you declare a multilne loop, as well as nested loops. <code> I'm also ordering for a friend. They'd like... They'd also like.. They're also ordering for a friend. Their friend'd like... Their friend'd like.. Okay, moving on. Okay, moving on. </code> Y'all are welcome to add more ideas. [[Category:Unimplemented]] [[Category:Stack-based]] [[Category:Works in progress]]
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