TRUE stands for Tan Rabbi Up Eckhebber. By User:Twistle
ta = input and enqueue tn = output top queue item and dequeue t.n = output and don't dequeue
ra = add 'n dequeue rb = subtract 'n dequeue ri = multiply 'n dequeue ra. = divide 'n dequeue rb. = modulus 'n dequeue r.a = add 'n don't dequeue etc.
up = halt up. = comment until next u.p u.p = end of comment
Eckhebber: queue and flow control
ec/x/ = enqueue x(decimal) ek = dequeue eh/x/ = enqueue x(octal) ee/x/ = enqueue x(hexadecimal) e.e/x/ = enqueue x(ascii) eb/x/ = enqueue x(binary) er = enqueue instruction pointer on to stack e.c = instruction pointer = top item on queue('n dequeue) e.r = IP = top item on queue ('n don't dequeue) e.k/go_collect200dollars/ = goto go_collect200dollars \label\ = a goto label
If a dot is after a queue instruction, it means to do the specified action with the other side. Making this both stack based AND queue based. This also applies to Tan instructions.
ec/68/ec/76/ec/82/ec/79/ec/87/ec/32/ec/79/ec/76/ec/76/ec/69/ec/72/ tntntntntntntntntntnup.Dlrow olleh!u.pup