The Lesser-Known Programming Languages
VALGOL is enjoying a dramatic surge of popularity across the industry.
VALGOL commands include REALLY, LIKE, WELL, and Y*KNOW.
Variables are assigned with the =LIKE and =TOTALLY operators.
Other operators include the "California booleans", AX and NOWAY.
Loops are accomplished with the FOR... SURE construct.
A simple example:LIKE, Y*KNOW (I MEAN) START IF PIZZA =LIKE BITCHEN AND GUY =LIKE TUBULAR AND VALLEY GIRL =LIKE GRODY**MAX(FERSURE)**2 THEN FOR I =LIKE 1 TO OH*MAYBE 100 DO*WAH - (DITTY**2); BARF(I)=TOTALLY GROSS(OUT) SURE LIKE, BAG THIS PROGRAM; REALLY; LIKE TOTALLY(Y*KNOW); IM*SURE GOTO THE MALL
VALGOL is also characterized by its unfriendly error messages.
For example, when the user makes a syntax error, the interpreter displays the message GAG ME WITH A SPOON!
A successful compile may be termed MAXIMALLY AWESOME!
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