# Squiggle

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Paradigm(s) | Imperative |
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Designed by | Janbsh |

Appeared in | 2023 |

Computational class | Unknown |

Reference implementation | [1] |

File extension(s) | {{{files}}} |

## About

Squiggle is an esoteric programming language that uses squiggles ("~") to represent integer values and arithmetic operators to perform calculations.

## Syntax

The syntax of Squiggle is simple and intuitive. Integer values are represented using squiggles, and arithmetic operations are performed using the following operators:

- +: Addition
- -: Subtraction
- *: Multiplication
- /: Division

For example, the squiggle sequence ~ ~ ~ represents the integer value 3, and the expression ~ ~ ~ + ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ would output 8 because it adds the values of 3 and 5. Note: You don't need to have spaces between squiggles.

## Usage

Currently, the only way you can use Squiggle is to go to use the interpreter on my website.