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New page wikitext, after the edit (new_wikitext)  Count, or sometimes called The Count, is a stackbased language with 16 commands. Each command is represented by a single hexadecimal digit. This means that a string of code in Count can be thought of as a number represented in hexadecimal read from left to right.
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! Character !! Interpretation

 0  Do nothing and move on to the next command.

 1  Take an input in the form of an integer and push it onto the stack.

 2  Pop and output the top value on the stack

 3  Push 0 on to the stack

 4  Pop the top value off the stack and increment it then push it back on

 5  Pop the top value off the stack and decrement it then push it back on

 6  Pop the top value off the stack

 7  Pop the top two values off the stack if the second value is greater pop a third value off the stack

 8  Pop the top two values x and y off the stack, then push the y back the stack x times.

 9  Pop the top two values x and y off the stack, then pop off the next y values and convert them to a number base x(stating at the one's place) and push it back on the stack.

 a  Example

 b  Example

 c  Example

 d  Example

 e  Example

 f  Pop a value off the top of the stack, translate it to hexadecimal and run it as a series of commands.
} 
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+Count, or sometimes called The Count, is a stackbased language with 16 commands. Each command is represented by a single hexadecimal digit. This means that a string of code in Count can be thought of as a number represented in hexadecimal read from left to right.
+
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+
+! Character !! Interpretation
+
+ 0  Do nothing and move on to the next command.
+
+ 1  Take an input in the form of an integer and push it onto the stack.
+
+ 2  Pop and output the top value on the stack
+
+ 3  Push 0 on to the stack
+
+ 4  Pop the top value off the stack and increment it then push it back on
+
+ 5  Pop the top value off the stack and decrement it then push it back on
+
+ 6  Pop the top value off the stack
+
+ 7  Pop the top two values off the stack if the second value is greater pop a third value off the stack
+
+ 8  Pop the top two values x and y off the stack, then push the y back the stack x times.
+
+ 9  Pop the top two values x and y off the stack, then pop off the next y values and convert them to a number base x(stating at the one's place) and push it back on the stack.
+
+ a  Example
+
+ b  Example
+
+ c  Example
+
+ d  Example
+
+ e  Example
+
+ f  Pop a value off the top of the stack, translate it to hexadecimal and run it as a series of commands.
+}

Lines added in edit (added_lines)  Count, or sometimes called The Count, is a stackbased language with 16 commands. Each command is represented by a single hexadecimal digit. This means that a string of code in Count can be thought of as a number represented in hexadecimal read from left to right.
{ class="wikitable"

! Character !! Interpretation

 0  Do nothing and move on to the next command.

 1  Take an input in the form of an integer and push it onto the stack.

 2  Pop and output the top value on the stack

 3  Push 0 on to the stack

 4  Pop the top value off the stack and increment it then push it back on

 5  Pop the top value off the stack and decrement it then push it back on

 6  Pop the top value off the stack

 7  Pop the top two values off the stack if the second value is greater pop a third value off the stack

 8  Pop the top two values x and y off the stack, then push the y back the stack x times.

 9  Pop the top two values x and y off the stack, then pop off the next y values and convert them to a number base x(stating at the one's place) and push it back on the stack.

 a  Example

 b  Example

 c  Example

 d  Example

 e  Example

 f  Pop a value off the top of the stack, translate it to hexadecimal and run it as a series of commands.
}
