Hello World in Emojicode

Published on (Updated: 30 September 2020)

Hello World in Emojicode

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.

Current Solution

🏁 πŸ‡
  πŸ˜€ πŸ”€Howdy, World!πŸ”€
πŸ‰

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How to Implement the Solution

Let’s take a look at the Hello World sample:

🏁 πŸ‡
  πŸ˜€ πŸ”€Howdy, World!πŸ”€
πŸ‰

I hope that you recognize the phrase Howdy, World! in the code. From there we will break down the rest.

First 🏁 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 πŸ‡, followed by the code, and ending with a πŸ‰.

One of the most important emojis is πŸ˜€ and this smiling emoji is passed a string and it outputs the string to standard output(in this case the string is Howdy, World!).

Finally, the πŸ”€ emoji is used similarly to β€œs or β€˜s in other languages as it holds a string within a pair of them.

How to Run the Solution

There is no better spot to learn how to run the Hello World program in Emojicode than directly from [Emojicode Official Docs][1]