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September 17, 2008

Should I name this?

devadutta @ 9:33 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1221687210 ) Play

Plain text question for a change. What is this?

Romeo, a young man of Verona.
Juliet, a young woman.
Hamlet, a temporary variable from Denmark.
The Ghost, a limiting factor (and by a remarkable coincidence also
        Hamlet's father).

                    Act I: Interview with the other side.

                    Scene I: At the last hour before dawn.

[Enter the Ghost and Juliet]
/*
Cracked by 26 people. Phani , Tathagata Chatterjee , shenoyvarun86 , Goyal , anirudh ,
Achilles , ali , Dibyo , Rc , gammafunction , varuns88 , joe , p vs np
, yaksha , Ajay Parasuram , duriel , Rohan , sangoman , Kamal Rathi ,
shyam , madhur , BiGFooT , udupendra , Sindhura , Vinay , Siddharth
Jain , Atul Mathew , nihit.

Answer:
Shakespeare Programming Language

*/

The Ghost:
 You pretty little warm thing! Thou art as prompt as the difference
 between the square of thyself and your golden hair. Speak your mind.

Juliet:
 Listen to your heart!

[Exit the Ghost]

[Enter Romeo]

Juliet:
 Thou art as sweet as a sunny summer's day!

                    Act II: Determining divisibility.

                    Scene I: A private conversation.

Juliet:
 Art thou more cunning than the Ghost?

Romeo:
 If so, let us proceed to scene V.

[Exit Romeo]

[Enter Hamlet]

Juliet:
 You are as villainous as the square root of Romeo!

Hamlet:
 You are as lovely as a red rose.

                    Scene II: Questions and the consequences thereof.

Juliet:
 Am I better than you?

Hamlet:
 If so, let us proceed to scene III.

Juliet:
 Is the remainder of the quotient between Romeo and me as good as
 nothing?

Hamlet:
 If so, let us proceed to scene IV.
 Thou art as bold as the sum of thyself and a roman.

Juliet:
 Let us return to scene II.

                    Scene III: Romeo must die!

[Exit Hamlet]

[Enter Romeo]

Juliet:
 Open your heart.

[Exit Juliet]

[Enter Hamlet]

Romeo:
 Thou art as rotten as the difference between nothing and the sum of a
 snotty stinking half-witted hog and a small toad!
 Speak your mind!

[Exit Romeo]

[Enter Juliet]

                    Scene IV: One small dog at a time.

[Exit Hamlet]

[Enter Romeo]

Juliet:
 Thou art as handsome as the sum of thyself and my chihuahua!
 Let us return to scene I.

                    Scene V: Fin.

[Exeunt]

28 Responses to “Should I name this?”

  1. Phani

    Shakespeare Programming Language(SPL)


  2. Tathagata Chatterjee
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    Example of Prime Number Computation in Copenhagen.
    Courtesy : The Shakespearean Programming Language (SPL)

    Regards,
    Tathagata Chatterjee


  3. Scene from Romeo Juliet but on boiled beans I would go for Shakespeare Programming Language


  4. Goyal
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    Shakespeare Programming Language


  5. anirudh

    Algorithm to detect prime numbers??


  6. Achilles
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    Prime Number Computation in Copenhagen using Shakespeare Programming Language


  7. ali

    Shakespeare Programming Language (SPL)…


  8. Dibyo
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    Shakespeare Programming Language


  9. Rc

    A piece of Code written in Shakespeare Programming Language.


  10. gammafunction
    1

    This is Prime Number Computation using The Shakespeare Programming Language :-) using (I guess)the Sieve of Eratosthenes?


  11. varuns88
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    shakespeare programming languange.


  12. joe

    Shakesphere Programming Language


  13. p vs np
    1

    The Shakespeare Programming Language


  14. yaksha
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    3

    The Shakespeare Programming Language

    Karl Hasselström
    Jon Åslund


  15. Ajay Parasuram
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    2

    Shakespeare Prog. Language


  16. duriel
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    A program written in Shakespeare(programming language)


  17. Rohan
    1

    the shakespeare programming language


  18. sangoman

    This is a program written in the Shakespeare Programming Language. To be more precise this is the Primes program (This is the contents of the file primes.spl.)


  19. Shakespeare Programming Language.

    This is the Prime Number Computation in Copenhagen.

    In short, variables are Shakespeare actors and contain scalar values only. Computations are performed in act and scenes, by means of dialogues between characters.


  20. shyam

    Shakespeare Programming Language!


  21. madhur
    1

    Shakespeare Programming Language (SPL)


  22. BiGFooT

    The Shakespeare programming language


  23. udupendra
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    This is how Shakespeare would have computed primes :)

    Such elegant programming I’ve never seen!


  24. Sindhura

    Shakespeare programming language!


  25. Vinay

    Prime number computation program written in “Shakespearan Programming Language”…weird…


  26. Siddharth Jain
    1

    Example of Shakespeare Programming Language… this particular one is for the prime number computation


  27. Shakespeare Programming Language


  28. nihit
    1

    Shakespeare Programming Language


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