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Welcome to the Hello World in Emojicode page! Here, you'll find the source code for this program as well as a description of how the program works.
🏁 🍇 😀 🔤Hello, World!🔤❗️ 🍉
Hello World in Emojicode was written by:
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Note: The solution shown above is the current solution in the Sample Programs repository as of May 13 2023 21:01:35. The solution was first committed on May 05 2018 17:08:17. As a result, documentation below may be outdated.
Let's take a look at the Hello World sample.
From there we will break down the rest.
🏁 is symbolic of the starting flag in a race, and it represents that following it there will be a code block. Also when running it will run the code block that follows the Flag emoji.
Next, code blocks are denoted by starting with a
🍇, followed by the code, and ending with a
One of the most important emojis is
😀 and this smiling emoji is passed a string and it outputs the string to standard output (in this case the string is
Hello, World!). It must be terminated with
🔤 emoji is used similarly to
's in other languages as it holds a string within a pair of them.
There is no better spot to learn how to run the Hello World program in Emojicode than directly from Emojicode Official Docs