Update 2017-05-14: The sonification can be switched off :-) (or rather, you need to explicitly turn it on in the X-menu).
Update 2017-05-05: Added crazily sounding sonification.
Update 2017-04-24: Made the UI a bit more clear and fixed some bugs.
Hold X, pres DOWN once, release X, and watch the nerdy numbers fill your screen.
Hey guys I made a very simple visual IDE for writing and running code in Urban Müller's Brainfuck programming language. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brainfuck
Top part of the screen is your code.
Bottom left is your memory.
Bottom right is your output console.
The operators +-<>., work in a very similar way to the original with minor modifications: + and - operators work modulo 16 as each memory cell can hold a single hexadecimal digit. The memory capacity is 64 digits. < and > operators will wrap around. The . operator (output) works as expected. The , operator (input) is a random hex digit generator. I am thinking of changing this in the future.
Use LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN to move the cursor around your code.
Use Z and UP/DOWN arrows to choose between the available operators.
Use Z and LEFT to delete the operator and shift the rest to the left.
Use Z and RIGHT to copy-insert the operator and shift the code to the right.
Use X and UP/DOWN to restart, clear, stop, etc.
Check this cartridge's PICO-8 code for some more Brainfuck examples.
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