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09  Push this number on the stack 
+  Addition: Pop a and b, then push a+b 
  Subtraction: Pop a and b, then push ba 
*  Multiplication: Pop a and b, then push a*b 
/  Integer division: Pop a and b, then push b/a, rounded down. If b is zero, ask the user what result they want. 
%  Modulo: Pop a and b, then push the remainder of the integer division of b/a. If b is zero, ask the user what result they want. 
!  Logical NOT: Pop a value; if the value is zero, push 1, otherwise zero. 
`  Greater than: Pop a and b, then push 1 if b>a, otherwise zero. 
>  Move right 
<  Move left 
^  Move up 
v  Move down 
?  Move in a random direction 
_  Pop a value; move right if value=0, left otherwise 
  Pop a value; move down if value=0, up otherwise 
"  Start string mode: push each character's ASCII value all the way up to the next " 
:  Duplicate value on top of the stack 
\  Swap two values on top of the stack 
$  Pop value from the stack 
.  Pop value and output as an integer 
,  Pop value and output as ASCII character 
#  Trampoline: Skip next cell 
g  Pop y and x, then pushes ASCII value of the character at that position in the program 
p  Pop y, x and v, then change the character at the position x/y in the program to the character with ASCII value v 
&  Ask user for a number and push it 
~  Ask user for a character and push ASCII value 
@  End program 
The language was originally created by Chris Pressey in 1993, as an attempt to devise a language as hard to compile as possible  note that the 'p' command allows for selfmodifying code. Nevertheless, a number of compilers have subsequently been written. A number of extensions to the original 'Befunge93' specification also exist, including Funge98, which extends the concept to an arbitrary number of dimensions and can be multithreaded, with multiple instruction pointers operating simultaneously on the same space.
See also: esoteric programming language
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