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Twitty is a stochastic non-imperative language without any control. The design goal of this language is to explore computational ability (and reliability) of a hivemind of non-cooperative human beings.

Source Code

Every UTF-8 encoded file is a valid Twitty script. Only the first 280 characters will be used. The rest is treated as comments.


Twitty also requires a Twitter account.

Implementation Details

The contents of a file are dumped into a distributed cloud computing service (here, Twitter), to be processed by HBCU (human being computational units). The reply with most likes is the output of the program.

Example Program

The following program sometimes outputs 'Hello, World!'.

Hello, World!

So, it may be a Quine.

Important note

This language is a joke language.