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Esoteric Programming Languages

@inproceedings{Morr2015EsotericPL,
  title={Esoteric Programming Languages},
  author={Sebastian Morr},
  year={2015}
}
There is a class of programming languages that are not actually designed to be used for programming. These so-called “esoteric” programming languages have other purposes: To entertain, to be beautiful, or to make a point. This paper describes and contrasts five influential, stereotypical, and widely different esoteric programming languages: The minimal Brainfuck, the weird Intercal, the multi-dimensional Befunge, the hard Malbolge, and the poetic Shakespeare. 

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