Programming in 1L a

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Programming in the minimal two-dimensional esoteric programming language 1L_a is pretty difficult, as there are only a few instructions. However, using some creative strategy, 1L_a has been proved to be Turing-Complete.

History[edit]

1L_a is designed by Scott Feeney in 2005. It is the first member to be implemented in the 1L_a family. It's well known due to its simplicity.

Contents[edit]

  1. The language
  2. Flattened 1L_a
  3. Simple statements
  4. Making larger programs