Until recently, there was a Java Applet on this page.
However, support for Java Applets is rapidly disappearing from browsers.
So, in order to keep this software available, it has been re-packaged as
a Java Web Start application.
Simply click the link below to launch this software.
(You may need to install the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.8 on your device first.)
If you have the JRE 1.8 installed but you have trouble getting Java Web Start to work,
you can manually download the jarfile and run the following
command in a terminal to start it:
java -jar yoob.jar -c tc.catseye.yoob.befunge93.Befunge93State/Befunge93
Main article: yoob
yoob is a public-domain framework for implementing
[esoteric programming languages], and allowing them to be
interactively run on programs in a Java application.
Currently, yoob can interpret 21 languages: 1L_AOI, 1L_a, 2-ill, 2L,
Ale, BackFlip, Befunge-93, Black, brainfuck, Circute, Etcha,
Gemooy, LNUSP, noit o' mnain worb, PATH, Qdeql, Sceql,
SMETANA, SNUSP, Wunnel, and Ypsilax. This installation shows yoob in
action, and lets you play with all these esolangs online, using Java Web Start.