The BASIC programming language, implmented in Python
Ok, I just made the repository public, in case anyone is curious: https://github.com/cocode/TrekBASIC
Simple array language written in kotlin
This post mirrors my feeling on this topic as well. Just like the author, I'm also working on a programming language which will not be used by a lot of people.
In fact, having a lot of users would make things complicated as I would have to stop making incompatible changes if I want to try something new.
Designing your own programming language is such a nice hobby, and something I believe a lot of programmers do. In fact, I would like to see links to other people's programming languages, just to see what people are playing around with at the moment.
Here is my project: https://github.com/lokedhs/array
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A BASIC interpreter written in golang.
I wrote a simple BASIC too, for nothing more than a sense of nostalgia:
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