An interpreter for the Argh! programming language in wxHaskell. https://wiki.haskell.org/Argh!
|Latest on Hackage:||0.8.2.0|
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-- Contents of this package --
The following files are included:
- Readme.txt (this file)
- Argh.hs (the source)
- GPL.txt (the GNU General Public License text)
- /doc (Haddock documentation)
-- Information --
Argh! is an esoteric programming language created by Sascha Wilde. An Argh! program is a two-dimensional grid (80x40 cells) and each cell contains an integer that can be interpreted as such or as a command that can be executed. A stack is used to store values and to do calculations. For more information about Argh!, see http://www.sha-bang.de/index.php?page=12_eso (in German).
The source code has been documented using Haddock. Just view that for more information about a function and the interpreter in general.
To start the interpreter, use the "main" function.