What is Minus?
Proof of Concept
Minus is an esoteric programming language with only 1 instruction, the -= operator. It gets its power by allowing the -= to be applied to the location of code execution and a pointer to memory.
Sep 19, 2007: Fixed bug that caused eof to return 255 instead of -1
Feb 27, 2007: Added error message if used on non existant files.
Feb 25, 2007: Fixed bug with taking a random number when r=0 iminus.c, thanks Mark.
Feb 21, 2007: Fixed bug loading file in iminus.c, thanks Clive.
Feb 19, 2007: Added self interpretation page.
Feb 17, 2007: Minus can now be used at golf.shinh.org. A site full of challenges to make the shortest program (many other languages available too).
Feb 16, 2007: Added the ! to enable placement of input within the file (this is to allow nesting of self interpreters).
Feb 13, 2007: Fixed bug in c interpreter that caused program to exit if c was set to -1
Feb 12, 2007: This site was created