Is there any practical use of the language Brainfuck? [closed]
Where and how is it used?
The name speaks for itself. - 04-04-2011 в 18:46:11
abusive language programming for abusive purposes)) - 24-04-2012 в 18:00:58
Much practical use of language there. Mainly used for competitions and programming contests.
Answered: 20-10-2010 в 17:28:18
Language abusive name at the Olympics? Lord you know his perversions! - 01-03-2011 в 06:50:41
why are the Olympiads and programming competitions? with what is the use? - 12-07-2011 в 16:26:06
F*ck every different can translate. For example I would translate as "Fucking brain" or "brain stem" =) - 07-04-2012 в 13:04:38
Such languages not designed for practical use. Developed exclusively for fun.
Answered: 12-07-2011 в 14:09:24
A bit of necroposting, but the correct answer did not see.
Language Brainfuck has a fantastic simplicity. To write an emulator at some Brainfuck language is to automatically prove its completeness according to Turing. Turing completeness of a language automatically removes a lot of questions, for example, it is immediately clear that this language is entirely equivalent to any other, time is unpredictable, long, etc.
Answered: 19-07-2012 в 04:49:38
In my opinion, this is purely a joke. Well, tell me: who needs a language in which to display all our favorite "hello world!" should fuck your brain for two hours and write THIS:
Personally, I think this is a good exercise in mindfulness and knowledge of the ASCII table. Is the title not clear?
Answered: 03-06-2011 в 22:07:55
brainfuck - founder and the brand of a family of "nightmare" languages. For fans of functional programming, there is "the purest language of FP" - unlambda. The main purpose of the family - exercises for the tail, sorry, for the brain. - 05-06-2011 в 11:24:05
it all depends on what purpose the language was created. if its purpose is to blow up the brain razrabotchiku, I dare to assume that I have
Answered: 24-04-2012 в 19:10:05