rod is an esoteric, stack-based, interpreted language written in Crystal. It really isn't that useful unless you're in the business of writing verbose, difficult-to-read code that can't do more than print characters.
But print characters it can do very, very well.
The full language API is listed in commands.md.
You can try it online!
git clone https://github.com/ayazhafiz/rod.git && cd rod make
Usage: rod [args] -c INPUT, --convert=INPUT Converts file or text to rod -h, --help Show this help
args can be a string, a
.fish file, or an series of
INPUT can be a string, a
.fish file, or a
^^^^+***/+++*+**+&/+++*+&/&/+++&/ _ ^^^+**+*+*+/+++***&/+++&/+++**+*+**/+++***+**/^^^^^^+/
^^^^^^^+ ;; set accumulator to 65 / ;; print accumulator to stdout ( ;; START loop +, ;; add 1 to the accumulator on each iteration +++***+ ;; iterate 25 times ) ;; END loop ;; minimized ^^^^^^^+/(+,+++***+)
Inspired by ;#*