Download BrainFudge apk 1.0.2 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 78.0 KB
BrainF**K is an esoteric programming language known for its minimalism. It was created by Urban Müller to challenge and amuse programmers.
The main advantage of this implementation of BF is that it does not use the F word. This makes it child and work friendly. This may not seem that advantageous but it is far better than accidentally teaching your nephew the F bomb because you left your tablet laying around .... I can imagine.
I have tried to remain as truthful to the original specification but as always with standards, my interpretation may differ slightly.
In addition to the standard features (Write, Edit, Save, Load, & Run) I have included an ASCII code table, Instructions, and a set of Example programs.
This update includes the following improvements
-Replaced the input value picker with a mini keypad for easier use
-Near instant code execution
-Improved error messages
-Minor style improvements
-Infinite loop detection added
JonCorp part of our Tools and have average installs from 50 to 100. Last Update March 9, 2015. Google play rating is 83.3333. Current verison is 1.0.2. Actual size 78.0 KB.
Very slow This is probably the best looking and most functional BF interpreter for Android, but it is very slow compared to other interpreters. Also, while I do like being able to input numeric values directly, it is very difficult to use the number picker for input. As an alternative I would recommend a number pad with a scrolling pane on the right side listing the ANSI characters alongside their numeric counterparts like you have in the editor.
Probably best one out there, but there is one frustrating problem I would love this app a whole lot more if it allowed me to input using the keyboard, because the current system is a bit unwieldy.
fun would love to be able to see any used values in the array (numerical, not ASCII), and maybe even where the pointer is. also would appreciate portrait mode
Almost perfect but fatal flaw Why is input in numbers? All interpreters I've seen take user input as ascii text
I love it, it works fast and is easy to use. But I do have one question, where are the .jbf files stored?