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The brainfuck programming language is an esoteric programming language noted for its extreme minimalism. It is a Turing tarpit, designed to challenge and amuse programmers, and is not suitable for practical use.

Urban Müller created brainfuck in 1993 with the intention of designing a language which could be implemented with the smallest possible compiler,2 inspired by the 1024-byte compiler for the FALSE programming language.3 Several brainfuck compilers have been made smaller than 200 bytes. The classic distribution is Müller's version 2, containing a compiler for the Amiga, an interpreter, example programs, and a readme document.

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