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Discussion on: Is anyone else interested in #esolangs?

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I gave a talk about the "Shakespear Programming Language" at university for the course "Modern Programming Languages".

I found the concept of having different variables being characters coming on the stage and assigning each other values via dialog an interesting concept.

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I consider Shakespeare and Chef to be in the same category of esolangs, which have lots of extraneous "decoration" in order to look like something that's not a programming language.