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The programming language has a dialect called "I use Arch, btw". In this dialect, the original symbols are replaced with "I", "use", "arch", "linux", "btw", "by", "the", "way".

github.com/OverMighty/i-use-ar

This is a "Hello World!" example:

arch the i the use linux the way i arch the i arch arch arch i the arch arch arch arch arch arch arch arch arch arch arch i way the i way linux the use way i linux way way arch arch arch arch arch arch arch arch arch arch use way i i i i i i linux linux linux linux btw use use arch arch arch btw use linux btw btw arch arch arch btw use linux btw i i i btw use use btw arch arch arch btw linux linux linux linux linux linux btw i linux btw use use arch btw use btw

@niconiconi heccin c̸̶̢̞̬̜̭̤͔̱̞̱̬̩̝̹̫̞͉̙̮̽ͦ̒́́̐̂ͥͥͥ͆͘u͑ͣ͆̑ͣͩͣ͂͒ͫ̌͟͟͏̛͇͙̭̟̲͚͜r̨̙̻̱̲̼̮̓ͣ͂ͧ̍ͩͫ̔̅̌͠͡š̗̻̪͇ͥ͊̓͜ͅë̱̻͇̹̖͈̰́̾͗͂̓ͫ͆͠͡d̍̈́ͭ̎ͧ̌ͦ̇͘͏̪͈̠̲͕̼̯̠͟

@niconiconi Just realized that one could make very easily its own dialect just by using substitution

Customize your language now!

@niconiconi i've gotta be honest, the hello world example feels like there's a parappa the rapper stage about fixing a computer, and i'm reading the transcript of someone playing it on the freestyle cool rank

@niconiconi .hg okay but like
> i arch the i arch arch arch i the arch arch arch arch arch arch arch arch arch arch arch

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