Syntax errors happen at run time, and only if the line containing them is executed. Arrays are based at 1. Constants are written with a mesh followed by a number. Only bit unsigned constants are permitted; larger constants must be constructed using operators.
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Syntax errors happen at run time, and only if the line containing them is executed. Arrays are based at 1. Constants are written with a mesh followed by a number. Only bit unsigned constants are permitted; larger constants must be constructed using operators. The return type of select is supposed to be 16 bits wide if there were fewer than 16 bits selected, and 32 bits wide otherwise.
The return type is always 32 bits wide; an error results on overflow. V unary OR? Each operates on consecutive bits of the input; the 20 and 21 bits give the 20 bit of the output, and so on. The most significant bit of the output, which is as wide as the input, is obtained by combining the most and least significant bits of the input with the appropriate logical operation. The unary operators must be placed one character later than in normal programming languages just after the punctuation mark identifying a variable, or just inside a grouped expression they apply to.
An appropriate grouping character must be chosen to avoid ambiguity. Implementations differ as to what happens when two COME FROMs aim at the same line; the most interesting interpretation is to multithread Brainfork -style and transfer control to both. See also.
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