Submitted by jean-paul on Mon, 05/07/2012 - 01:06
What is Whitespace? Most modern programming languages do not consider white space characters (spaces, tabs and newlines) syntax, ignoring them, as if they weren't there. We consider this to be a gross injustice to these perfectly friendly members of the character set. Should they be ignored, just because they are invisible? Whitespace is a language that seeks to redress the balance. Any non whitespace characters are ignored; only spaces, tabs and newlines are considered syntax.

This almost made it to an "A to B" post, but unfortunately it was a bit too simple. --> The following link. Not much of a path! I guess that's what happens when you mix nerds and anonymity. Let me (and the language designers) know if you come up with something interesting in Whitespace, or one of the other esoteric languages! From Whitespace If you've ever programmed in an Assembly Language then some of the languages listed on the following Wikipedia page might not seem as bad as they would to a non-programmer.