Brainease has a memory system identical to the brainf*ck language. It simply a two
dimensional array of
8 bit integers.
The memory array can have any length, but the default is 30 000, identical to the BF
standard. You can change the size of the array before running the program with the
This is the exemplified memory for a program run with
And you can manipulate with some of the following commands:
# Increments cell 2 by 187 inc 187 in *2
# Moves the pointer to left by 4 cells goto left by 4
An important and basic concept inherited from the brainf*ck language is the pointer.
A pointer is a special value that can point to a cell in the memory. But, when you change the pointer's value, it will only change to what cell is being pointed to.
Read more about pointer movement.
# Moves the pointer 3 cells to the right goto right by 3
Each cell has the range of
0-255, if you try to increment a cell that overflows the
maximum value, the resulting sum will wrapped and the resulting value will be modulo of
# Increments the 3rd cell by 2 inc 3 in *3
254 (+1) -> 255 (+1) -> 0 (+1) -> 1
The same occurs when you try to decrement a cell:
# Decrements the 5th cell by 5 dec 5 in *3
2 (-1) -> 1 (-1) -> 0 (-1) -> 255 (-1) -> 254 (-1) -> 253