WhimsiCode

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WhimsiCode is invented by PSTF and his ChatGPT.

This Esolang has a lot of emoji as its command.

Syntax

WhimsiCode uses a combination of emoji and ASCII characters for its syntax.

Each line of code must end with a smiley emoji :) to be considered valid.

Variables

Variables in WhimsiCode are represented by random combinations of fruit emojis.

For example, 🍎 represents a variable named "apple" and 🍌 represents a variable named "banana".

Control Flow

WhimsiCode uses a unique control flow structure called "Magical Forest".

The Magical Forest consists of trees represented by 🌳 emoji.

Code blocks are executed only if the programmer manages to find a hidden 🌟 emoji within the Magical Forest.

I/O Operations

Input is taken using a πŸ“· emoji, which prompts the user to take a picture of their desired input.

Output is displayed using a πŸŽ₯ emoji, which shows a short video clip of the program's result.

Arithmetic Operations

WhimsiCode uses unconventional arithmetic symbols. For instance, 🌽 represents addition, πŸ‡ represents subtraction, and πŸ‰ represents multiplication.

Example

A+B Problem

🌳 find 🌟

πŸ“· 🍎

πŸ“· 🍌

🍏 = 🍎 🌽 🍌

πŸŽ₯ 🍏 :)

Note

Please note that WhimsiCode is purely fictional and designed to demonstrate the concept of an esoteric programming language. It may not be practical or useful for real-world programming tasks.

Turing Completeness

WhimsiCode language described above is not Turing-complete. It lacks essential features and constructs necessary to achieve Turing-completeness, such as loops or conditional statements. WhimsiCode is intentionally designed to be esoteric and whimsical, focusing more on unconventional syntax and control flow rather than practicality or computational power.

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