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Am I the only one who wants to ban this?

Trivial character translation, utterly nonnotable and uninventive. I vote for deletion. --Graue 16:26, 14 Mar 2006 (GMT)

You better delete COW, Ook! and Unary, then. (User:Ihope127)
From 'Community portal': "Contrary to the Wikipedia you are welcome to write an article about an esoteric programming language you've made yourself, even if you are the only one in the world that knows about it." In other words, I'm not voting for deletion. --Keymaker 10:16, 15 Mar 2006 (GMT)
I'd agree with Keymaker here. (By the way, I've added Ihope127's name to his comment above, as he forgot to sign it.) --Safalra 15:17, 15 Mar 2006 (GMT)
I agree with all Graue said, except the vote for deletion. It's better to be over-inclusive than exclusive IMHO. --Rune 15:42, 15 Mar 2006 (GMT)

What if the whole program is reversed as well? Then you can see if this is related to reversible programming --Zzo38 19:52, 12 Apr 2006 (GMT)

Ya, and reversing < and > really has no effect on programs if the tape is unbounded in both directions and start all zero. --Zzo38 18:22, 3 Jun 2006 (UTC)

If it's a wrap-around implementation, then, ignoring I/O, the +/- switch doesn't do anything either. --Ihope127 22:29, 4 Jun 2006 (UTC)
The input/output do different things, though. The program "--," outputs the ^B character in this, but the ~ in BF.4D enthusiast (talk) 16:13, 15 October 2012 (UTC)

Also, any valid Brainfuck program if you reverse the order of al characters in the file it will be a valid ReverseFuck program as well, but it won't necesarily be useful or do anything at all. --Zzo38 16:53, 7 Jun 2006 (UTC)