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1 Argh! interpreter in wxHaskell

An interpreter for the Argh! programming language in wxHaskell. Argh! is an esoteric programming language created by Sascha Wilde. An Argh! program is a two-dimensional grid (80x40 cells) and each cell contains an integer that can be interpreted as such or as a command that can be executed. A stack is used to store values and to do calculations. For more information about Argh!, see Esoterisches Hacken (in German) (automatic translation to English).

A sample Argh! program:

lllllllj
lllj   j  2 2 
kD2lgj lelSHSph
  1  j    lDj k
 LSdSh1DRxXqlFk
         llDk


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