Funge-98

A programming language family in the genre of esolang by Chris Pressey and Befunge Mailing List Working Group, Sep 11, 1998

Funge-98 is a family of programming languages designed as the successor to Befunge-93. It generalizes Befunge-93's two-dimensional nature somewhat, defining languages in one dimension (Unefunge-98), two dimensions (Befunge-98), and three dimensions (Trefunge-98), and suggests possibilities for other dimensions and topologies (but does not specify exactly how they look or would behave.) It also makes the playfield unbounded, allowing the language to be Turing-complete, and tries to define mechanisms for interacting with the operating system and engaging extensions to the language.

Sample Program

>>#v?v
^,A' <
 ^ C'
    T
 ^ <<
    G
    '

Computational Class

Turing-complete

Members

Programming Paradigms

Defined by

Funge-98 distribution

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