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Esoteric languages are "programming" languages that are not designed for practical or convenient use.

Instead, these are designed to be themed into something not related to programming (e.g. [[eso:Chef | Chef]]), to have the fewest instructions as possible (also called ''minimalism''), to be the most difficult to use (e.g. [[eso:Malbolge|Malbolge]]), to discover new concepts (e.g. [[Fractran|Fractran]]), or just a joke(e.g. [[HQ9%2B|HQ9+]]).

For more examples, see the [[eso:Main Page|Esoteric Programming Language Wiki]].

See also:

  • [[Subleq]] - a One-Instruction Set Computer (OISC)