Tool for decoding / encoding in Spoon. Spoon is a minimalist programming language strongly inspired by Brainfuck and composed only of 0 and 1.
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The Spoon programming language is a variant of BrainFuck, of which it reuses the 8 operators but in order to make it even more obfuscated, the instructions are in binary. Thus, from a given BrainFuck code, the following table helps to convert the code to Spoon:
Example: The Spoon program 11111111110010001010101110101111111010111111111101101101101100000110100100101111111111111001010010111111111111001010000001010001010000001010 corresponds to BF code ++++++++++[>+>+++>+++++++>++++++++++<<<<-]>>>+++++++++++++.>++++++++++++.-..-. and should output the 5 characters Spoon.
To learn how to code with Spoon programming language, the easiest way is to learn the basics of Brainfuck and manipulation of pointers.
The Spoon cannot be exactly decoded, it can be run through an interpreter/compiler. The compiler will perform the requested instructions, and sometimes output something. Each output byte will appear in the dCode console. The contents of the memory is also displayed.
The message is binary, composed only of values 1, 000, 010, 011, 00100, 0011, 001010 and 0010110
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Cite as source (bibliography):
Spoon on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2023-12-03,