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Stack Cats

Stack Cats was learned for great good on January 5th, 2022.

All programs in Stack Cats are horizontally symmetric and each command either undoes itself or has another command that undoes it, which is pretty cool, although it makes nontrivial programs hard to write (although <(edoc)*(code)> can be used, I think (corrected by Aiden4)).

Stack Cats

All programs in Stack Cats are horizontally symmetric and each command either undoes itself or has another command that undoes it, which is pretty cool, although it makes nontrivial programs hard to write (although <(edoc)*(code)> can be used, I think (corrected by Aiden4)).

Stack Cats

Stack Cats was learned for great good on January 5th, 2022.

All programs in Stack Cats are horizontally symmetric and each command either undoes itself or has another command that undoes it, which is pretty cool, although it makes nontrivial programs hard to write (although <(edoc)*(code)> can be used, I think (corrected by Aiden4)).

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Stack Cats

All programs in Stack Cats are horizontally symmetric and each command either undoes itself or has another command that undoes it, which is pretty cool, although it makes nontrivial programs hard to write (although <(codeedoc)*(edoccode)> can be used, I think (corrected by Aiden4)).

Stack Cats

All programs in Stack Cats are horizontally symmetric and each command either undoes itself or has another command that undoes it, which is pretty cool, although it makes nontrivial programs hard to write (although <(code)*(edoc)> can be used, I think (corrected by Aiden4)).

Stack Cats

All programs in Stack Cats are horizontally symmetric and each command either undoes itself or has another command that undoes it, which is pretty cool, although it makes nontrivial programs hard to write (although <(edoc)*(code)> can be used, I think (corrected by Aiden4)).

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Stack Cats

All programs in Stack Cats are horizontally symmetric and each command either undoes itself or has another command that undoes it, which is pretty cool, although it makes nontrivial programs hard to write (although <*code*edoc*><(code)*(edoc)> can be used, I think (corrected by Aiden4)).

Stack Cats

All programs in Stack Cats are horizontally symmetric and each command either undoes itself or has another command that undoes it, which is pretty cool, although it makes nontrivial programs hard to write (although <*code*edoc*> can be used, I think).

Stack Cats

All programs in Stack Cats are horizontally symmetric and each command either undoes itself or has another command that undoes it, which is pretty cool, although it makes nontrivial programs hard to write (although <(code)*(edoc)> can be used, I think (corrected by Aiden4)).

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