The genomics programming language

Genomics is a new and exciting programming language based on Brainfsck. Here are the commands:

g    Move pointer to the right.
e    Move pointer to the left.
n    Increment the cell at the pointer.
o    Decrement the cell at the pointer.
m    Jump forward past the matching i if the cell at the current pointer is zero.
i    Jump backward to the matching m unless the cell at the current pointer is zero.
c    Output the value of the cell at the pointer.
s    Input a byte and store it in the cell at the pointer.

As you can probably tell, I spent a lot of time working on genomics, but out pure generosity I am placing this incredibly useful language in the public domain. I’m sure we will see a BioGenomics group on Open Bioinformatics Forum any day now, and that genomics will prove to be a game-changer in the field of, um, genomics.

Allow me to end this post with the following inspirational statement:

nnnnnnnnnnmgnnngnnnnnngnnnnnnnngnnnnnnnnnngnnnnnnnnnnneeeeeoiggnnnnnnnn
nnnnncenncgggnnnnnnnncgncnnnnnnnceoooooooceeecgggnncoocgoooooooocncennn
nnnnncoooocennnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnncggnnnnceeeencoooooooooooooooooooooooc

Thank you.

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One Response to “The genomics programming language”

  1. Jan says:

    Who doesn’t? ;-)