Cfluviurrh: an Esolang with Feeling (Literally)

Sunday, August 26, 2012

We have released a new programming language. It's called Cfluviurrh. It was designed for writing programs that can feel. That is, defines a mechanism by which a program can be instructed to experience particular emotions. You might, thus, on first blush, consider Cfluviurrh to be unimplementable, as modern-day computers are not capable of experiencing emotions (you guess.) However, this is demonstrably untrue, and the Cfluviurrh reference interpreter demonstrates it.

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