PySLL is designed as an esoteric stacked logic language. This means that coding in SLL isn't designed to be easy, it's meant to be a challenge.
SLL uses stacks and registers to interact with data. There are no datatypes, no classes, methods or variables. Without these, the programmer is forced to think out of the box, even for simple tasks like making a calculator, printing out messages etc.
PySLL is the ported over version of the original, coded in Batch. I am currently re-coding the interpreter in Python, for cross-platform capability and increased power.
- 34 Instructions
- Open Source, coded in Python
- 4 non-whitespace characters per instruction
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