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A friendly interpreter for the Shakespeare Programming Language, implemented in Python.

What is the Shakespeare Programming Language?

The Shakespeare Programming Language (SPL) is a programming language with source code that looks like Shakespeare's plays. The language is Turing complete, so theoretically just as powerful as any other language. It's a lot of fun to write but not very practical. More info can be found on Wikipedia.

Note: Shakespeare's actual plays are not valid SPL. SPL does not aim to provide backwards compatibility with legacy code written ~400 years ago.

Installation

pip install shakespearelang
# Or however else you install things. You do you.

Documentation

For more on how to use shakespearelang, see the docs.

Contributing

Your contributions would be much appreciated! See CONTRIBUTING.md.

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