There’s a New Programming Language Based on Donald Trump. Just like he is making America great again, TrumpScript will make programming great again.
To code in TrumpScript is to write in malformed sentences consisting of only pre-approved words (all other words are stripped out) and only a small subset of logical operators afforded in other programming languages. “True” or “false” are instead “fact” or “lie,” and error messages only criticize your code rather than help track down your bug.
For example, if you use a word that’s been banned, the error message will read:
- “Trump doesn’t want to hear it”
Or if you use a word that’s not common English (e.g. not one of the 2,164 approved words):
- “We have a country where to assimilate you have to speak English”
Some more “features” of TrumpScript:
- No floating point numbers, only integers. America never does anything halfway.
- All numbers must be strictly greater than 1 million. The small stuff is inconsequential to us.
- There are no import statements allowed. All code has to be home-grown and American made.
- In its raw form, TrumpScript is not compatible with Windows, because Trump isn’t the type of guy to believe in PC.
- The language is completely case insensitive.