Sethbling Presents: In-Game BASIC Interpreter
A number of simple computers have been built inside Minecraft over the years, but this may be the first time I've ever seen a functioning compiler written using only in-game assets. Sethbling has - using a curious mix of command blocks and armor stands - created a working BASIC interpreter, which you can use to write actual, working programs inside Minecraft! To be fair, the programs won't run very fast; as he explains, Minecraft only checks commands run through command blocks in a very specific interval, limiting the effective speed of this in-game engine significantly. It is nonetheless functioning, fairly easy to use, and pretty amazing besides!
If you're interested in trying it yourself, you can always download the map right here. Enjoy!
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