Emojicode

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Emojicode Workshop

About

Emojicode is an open-source, full-blown programming language consisting of emojis.

Workshop

Please note that lines that begin with $, should be executed with the Terminal and are NOT program syntax. This workshop also assumes you have completed the Emojiterm workshop. The $ should not be pasted in the terminal.

All other code blocks should be considered valid Emojicode syntax.

Create a file.

  $ 📝 myprog.emojic

The simplest Emojicode program looks as follows.

  🏁 🍇
  🍉

To save and exit the text editor (nano📝), first do Cntl+O, and then Cntl+X.

You can run it by first compiling it.

  $ emojicodec greeter.emojic

Running it.

  $ emojicode myprog.emojib

This program is so simple, it doesn't do anything.

The famous "Hello world!" example.

  🏁 🍇
    😀 🔤Hello world!🔤
  🍉