What does it mean to e.g. “add 10 to the queue”? Do you add 10 to every number in the queue? Or to the number in the front? Or to the number in the back?
Also, in your description on how to translate any minimized Brainpocalypse program into Uzumaki, you write: “Then you must use an appropriate number of NOOPs in the form of output commands to pad the spiral for the intended size.” I assume with NOOP you mean a “no operation” (I know that as “NOP”, but maybe terminology varies), but how is an output command no operation? --Celtschk (talk) 04:22, 15 April 2022 (UTC)
When I said "add 10 to queue" I meant add 10 to front of queue. I will edit the page to make that clearer.
You can use output commands as NOPs because Brainpocalypse has no output by default, so ouput doesn't matter, and can be ignored. I/O doesn't matter anyway when talking about Turing-completeness. I will also clarify this on the wiki page. --Zero player rodent (talk) 11:50, 18 April 2022 (UTC)
How does the Fibonacci program work?
RRROQRIOAR I IDIDIDID D R<-----H V R RRRR R O R R R R A R R R Z R RRRRRR A R X RRRRRRRRRR
H (outward jump) and
B (inward jump) commands were incorrectly swapped on the wiki page. The
H command actually jumps outward instead of inward. The wiki page has been edited accordingly to display that.
RRROQRIOAR I IDIDIDID D R H>V R RRRR R O R R R R A R R R Z R RRRRRR A R X RRRRRRRRRR