# UnnumericPy

UnnumericPy is an esoteric programming language created by User:Marina and inspired by UnnumericJS. It is an equivalent to Python, but if the code has any digits it will raise a syntax error.

## Examples

### Hello world

```print("Hello World")
```

### Cat program

```i = input(">>>")
print(i)
```

### Truth machine

```a=input(">>> ")
if a==str(int(False)):
print(int(False))
elif a==str(int(True)):
while True:
print(int(True))
else:
raise Exception
```

Here, `int(False)` and `int(True)` are used for 0s and 1s.

A shorter one that doesn't use number literals (`int(False)` and `int(True)`):

```a=input(">>> ")
if int(a):
while ' ':
print(a)
else:
print(a)
```

```0
```

## Interpreter

### Python

```def unnumericpy(code):
for i in range(10):
if str(i) in code:
raise SyntaxError("syntax error")
exec(code)
```

## Turing completeness

The proof is like in UnnumericJS, but here we have to use `int(True)` for 1 and `int(False)` for 0, and use `chr()` to convert integers to a string and finally `exec()` to run the Python code.