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Interactive Fish interpreter
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RE: Interactive Fish interpreter

Well, I had a lot of fun coding this one, and I think it can be quite entertaining, and perhaps serve for basis for writing other interactive interpreters (Though there should be a bit more separation between logic an UI). The code for the instructions might not be super-readable, but that's because this project started out as an answer in a codegolfing contest.

Anyway here it is, explications are at the top of the file, some demo programs are included and you can find some more here: http://esolangs.org/w/index.php?title=Fish&oldid=22153. Note that this program implements the "Old" Fish, where now the whole threading idea has been given up for a "multiple stack" concept. If anyone feels for updating this to the new specs, it shouldn't be too much work.

Any help with the TODO's in the file are also very welcome.
Have fun!

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JP



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