Die Deutsche Programmiersprache
DDP (german: The german programming language) is a (joke) programming language by NotLe0n and bafto, which was designed in such a way that programs written in it can be read like nearly correct German.
- Most readable Programming language*
- Would make Goethe proud!
- Now even your gandma can write programs!
- Run your Pseudocode!
- Your essay can now process data!
* for Germans
Branches and loops
DDP has branches and loops of course
It has equivalents
Brackets don't exist in german writing, so we use tabs (or 4 spaces) to specify indentation.
You can shorten the control statement if it has only one statement following it.