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Pikachu interpreter written in Python

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Pikachu Interpreter

This is an interpreter for Pikachu for Python 2.7.x

The definition of the esoteric programming language named 'pikachu' can be found here. This is built as a cleaner version of https://github.com/joelsmithjohnson/pikachu-interpreter.

Installation:

  1. Run $ pip install pikapy

  2. Go to your Sublime Packages folder, which defaults to ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Packages on Mac OSX and on Windows, create a new folder called Pikachu, and copy pikachu.sublime-syntax to there.

  3. In the same Packages folder, find Color Scheme - Default, and copy pikachu.sublime-color-scheme there.

  4. In Sublime Text, go to Preferences → Color Scheme, and select Pikachu.

Usage

In the command line, go to the installation directory, and run:

$ pikachu <pikachu filename> [arguments*]

Pikachu Language

In Pikachu, you have two Pikachus (i.e. stacks): pi pikachu and pika pikachu. Upon starting a Pikachu script, the arguments are pushed into pi pikachu in the order they're given.

Pikachu Syntax

Arithmetic Operations
  • pi pika <PIKACHU> - add the top two values in the given Pikachu, and push the sum to the same Pikachu
  • pika pi <PIKACHU> - subtract the top value in the Pikachu from the second top, then push the difference
  • pi pikachu <PIKACHU> - multiply the top two values in the Pikachu, and push the product
  • pikachu <PIKACHU> - divide the second-from-the-top value in the Pikachu by the top value, then push the product
Stack Operations
  • pika pikachu <PIKACHU> - pop the top value from the Pikachu, and print as a number
  • pikachu pikachu <PIKACHU> - pop the top value from the Pikachu, and print as ASCII
  • <PIKACHU> - pop the top value from the Pikachu
  • <n terms> <PIKACHU> - push n into the PIkachu
  • <pi pika> - push the top value of pika pikachu into pi pikachu
  • <pika pi> - push the top value of pi pikachu into pika pikachu
Control Operations
  • pikachu pikachu - if the top values of both Pikachus are equal, goto line n, where n is the number of terms in the following line
  • pika pika - if the top values of both Pikachus are not equal, goto line n, where n is the number of terms in the following line

Note: Pikachus start counting lines from 1, not 0

Other Options
  • pi pi - push to pika pikachu a random number between 1 and n, where n is the top value in pika pikachu
  • chu - anything that comes after a chu, is treated as a comment, and will be ignored by the interpreter. This includes any line beginning with the word chu.

Note: Things in this section are not part of the original definition of the language, rather features added for the convenience of the programming Pikachus

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