A solver for Calculator: The Game. Works up until the [+]1 button is introduced.
A form I made to manage a log of a hill a friend and I have for Core War(s).
The classic minesweeper game.
A game I made inspired by Core War(s), with variable-length instructions.
A game where you code-golf python one-liners.
An interpreter for the esoteric programming language SMITH, notable because it is Turing-complete without implementing jumps or ifs, replacing both with an instruction that copies a variable number of instructions. My interpreter does not implement the
mov register, * notation, a convenience instruction for moving the current source code line number into a register. (The same can still be accomplished by specifying the line number as a literal.) EPSI is case-insensitive outside of strings and adds an
equ abbr expansion directive that works similarly to C's
#define (the constant usage, not the macro usage).
abbr here may not have spaces in it, but
expansion may. For example,
equ counter r4 would allow you to use
counter rather than
r4 on future lines.
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