Element!

Truttle1
Truttle1
May 11, 2018
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I honestly don't know why this one is called Element. I guess it's because "Element" is a cool name for a programming language and there were no other Esolangs that were already called "Element".

Also, I can't believe I went this long without making a video on a golfing language.

SOURCES
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https://esolangs.org/wiki/Element#Documentation

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_golf

https://esolangs.org/wiki/Truth-machine

TRY IT ONLINE
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https://tio.run/#element

MUSIC
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Swirl, Orange, and Jumper (2013) by Waterflame
https://waterflame.newgrounds.com
https://www.youtube.com/user/waterflame89
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TriPiece (1 year ago)
TriPiece
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I forgot about this channel
Truttle1 (1 year ago)
Truttle1
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@Clygro Well, I don't upload that often, so I don't blame you.
TriPiece (1 year ago)
TriPiece
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@Truttle1 it been since March though.
ScottBeebiWan (1 year ago)
ScottBeebiWan
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There are actually other languages that require you to take the last character off of string input. As an example, in Python sys.stdin.readline() always has a newline at the end so I usually end up calling sys.stdin.readline()[:-1].
Truttle1 (1 year ago)
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@ScottBeebiWan I did not know that...I also wonder why they would make that command do that in the first place, since that seems to be needlessly inconvenient for the programmer. (Even if you wanted there to be a newline at the end, I can't imagine it would be that hard to add the newline character to the string, but then again, I haven't used Python...)
Bobzilla (1 year ago)
Bobzilla
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`GRAVE`ACCENTS`ARE`TERRIBLY`UNUSED`
omnipotency (1 year ago)
omnipotency
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how do you code
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omnipotency (1 year ago)
omnipotency
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@Truttle1 Im familiar with very basic Python, but I never really got into it.
Truttle1 (1 year ago)
Truttle1
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@omnipotency I don't know Python, but I do use Java.
KnotSnappy (1 year ago)
KnotSnappy
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Do you spend a month on each video? .-.
Truttle1 (1 year ago)
Truttle1
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@KnotSnappy Usually it's 2-3 weeks, but I had real-life stuff to do in April so I couldn't make any videos. Also I'm developing a new game (which you can see devlogs for on my secondary account Truttle2), so videos will be slightly slower than they were in December.
KnotSnappy (1 year ago)
KnotSnappy
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@Truttle1 Oh it's cool I wasn't asking in a way like, "why didn't you upload faster >:(" it was more of these video have a really high production value for one person working on it and it seems like you must be editing non stop
BloNbbs (1 year ago)
BloNbbs
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Damnit this is a good video. subscribed 4 sure!
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Date: May 11, 2018 Views: 194 Ratings: 14
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