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Waduzitdo (What does it do?) is a non-Turing complete derivative of PILOT. It was created by BYTE Magazine contributor Larry Kheriarty in the late 1970s as a way to put together quick and dirty demonstrations for friends not familiar with the functions of computers, and is most useful for simple question-and-answer quiz and game programs.
- WADUZITDO: How To Write a Language in 256 Words or Less. Original BYTE magazine article by Larry Kheriarty from September 1978 (vol. 3, number 9, p.166)
- WADUZITDO 2001 (from the Wayback Machine; retrieved on 23 October 2009), an update to the 1978 spec, by Brian Connors.