Hello World in Emojicode

Published on 30 September 2020 (Updated: 30 September 2020)

Hello World in Emojicode

Welcome to Hello World in Emojicode, a modern language that was created because why not.

How to Implement the Solution

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

🏁 πŸ‡
  πŸ˜€ πŸ”€Howdy, World!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

Further Reading