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Okay, but what do return codes do? --Ihope127 21:06, 27 Jul 2006 (UTC)

Each group of brackets can have a number of groups of brackets inside them. Now, this will execute 1,1,5,3,3,5:


Now, broken up, that's:


Better? --Thematrixeatsyou 07:39, 30 Jul 2006 (UTC)

I see what that does, but I don't see what it has to do with return codes. --Ihope127 14:51, 30 Jul 2006 (UTC)

Either something is wrong with my understanding of the language, or the Hello world program is broken between HELLO and RLD, as well as at the end. I am assuming the pointer movements are pointless, at least in this program (and by the way, I don't see how to make them useful with only the commands given), that letters are encoded by their number in the alphabet, and that the large "add 30" routine near the beginning is not used.

If I have got this right, I would say the language is somewhat like brainfuck and not at all like Unlambda. --Ørjan 23:03, 27 Jul 2006 (UTC)

I don't know if the one there works but I have a working version which I will upload it with the RETURN interpreter when I can. --Thematrixeatsyou 07:39, 30 Jul 2006 (UTC)