|Memory system||Arbitrarily-sized tape|
|Computational class||Finite-state automaton|
Synced is an esolang designed by User:ZippyMagician one day due to boredom.
Description of language
Synced is a synchronous language that runs every line of the program at the same time. Each operation on each line is performed in a tick, with the pointer for each moving after evaluation. Users can simulate a "do nothing for one tick" by putting in a space or
^. Due to the nature of this language, programs will be very long. Each line of the program (henceforth referred to as an operator) stores a value, initialized at
0. Every operator can interact with the values of other operators, through referencing them by use of a number marking the line. Once a line ends, the operator wraps around to the beginning of the line or the first
^ if there is one. Once every operator is halted, a program terminates.
Parameters, if needed, are inserted after the main command. These parameters do not take an extra tick to parse. Input can be taken as either a character or integer, and output can be given as a character, string, or integer if needed. The value of an operator can only be an integer, however.
Every print command will output a newline afterwards.
This language is not Turing Complete.
|Command code||Takes Parameter||Description|
||Yes||Print with no formatting|
||Yes||Print ascii equivalent of the inputted integer|
||Yes||Stores the argument into the current operator's value. If it is a character, it gets its ascii value|
||Yes||Will perform their respected operation on the current operator's value and the referenced operator's value. For example, |
||No||Halts current operator|
||No||If the operator's value is 0, continue. Otherwise, wrap around the line|
||Does not do anything. Instead is used to reference the current operator's value|
||Reference to next item in STDIN. It can take in a single letter or an integer|
||Reference to the next item in STDIN. This command converts the next character to its ascii value|
Strings are denoted between quotation marks.
Here are a few programs in this esolang.
.%^ -1 ~| .1| ^.0+3*0~+3:$| .1^*0 ~|