With Donald Trump one step closer to the White House by securing the delegates necessary to take the Republican Party's nomination, we thought it’d be apt to take a look at how computer programming may look under The Donald.
TrumpScript is a programming language that thinks and acts like The Apprentice US host and features only Trump-approved words.
It’s easy to type with small hands, the words true/false are replaced with fact/lie, while the language will not comply with requests from computers in China.
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Here are some of the features:
- 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.
- Instead of True and False, we have fact and lie.
- Only the most popular English words, Trump's favorite words, and current politician names can be used as variable names.
- Error messages are mostly quotes directly taken from Trump himself.
- All programs must end with America is great.
- Our language will automatically correct Forbes' $4.5B to $10B.
- In its raw form, TrumpScript is not compatible with Windows, because Trump isn't the type of guy to believe in PC.
- TrumpScript boycotts OS X and all Apple products until such time as Apple gives cellphone info to authorities regarding radical Islamic terrorist couple from Cal.
- The language is completely case insensitive.
- If the running computer is from China, TrumpScript will not compile. We don't want them stealing our American technological secrets.
- By constructing a wall (providing the -Wall flag), TrumpScript will refuse to run on machines with Mexican locales
- Warns you if you have any Communists masquerading as legitimate "SSL Certificates" from China on your system.
- Won't run in root mode because America doesn't need your help being great. Trump is all we need.
- Easy to type with small hands
If you want to give TrumpScript a try, you can download the code from GitHub.