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How to cook an undigestable program with lots of LOLZ? [Esoteric programming languages]

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BRING A PEN – it will help you to get fatter.

In the first 45 minutes of this talk I will attempt to scientifically and formally introduce a definition for “esoteric programming languages”, while in the remaining time I will quickly present the syntax and semantics of the best known 79.

[In this session we will look at some esoteric programming languages and solve some related puzzles. The talk is planned to be fairly short but the exact length will depend on the performance of the audience.]

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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