The Tory Programming Language

One for the low-level junkies (and yes, you are junkies): the Tory programming language [simon].

The following example loops endlessly, outputting the ascii values 0 to 255:

We will spend more on hospitals!
We will jail anyone not in jail already!
We will spend billions limiting immigration!
We will deport anyone we can deport!
We will abolish schools!


3 Responses to “The Tory Programming Language”

  1. Mark Hughes
    May 6th, 2005 | 5:04 am

    So, after our horrifying re-election of our war criminal, I’d be delighted to hear why Britain has re-elected Blair’s party. Ignorance loves company.

  2. May 6th, 2005 | 7:56 pm

    Weird… I thought I replied to this this morning, but I must have neglected to hit “Post”…

    Yeah, bleagh, it sucks. The hollowed-out corpse of the Labour party on one side occupied by businessmen intent on privatising everything; the staggering Zombie of the Conservatives, never attractive even in life, on the other.

    In between, the Lib Dems who I vote for not only because they’re not the other two, but also because I agree with some of what they say they want to do. They’re gaining ground, apparently – but slowly. It’s painful, and I must confess I do wonder what they’d actually be like if they ever won. Probably before they ever got to that point they’d have to spend a few years as “the main opposition”, during which time they’d lose anything which made me want to vote for them.


  3. Jon
    June 5th, 2005 | 4:54 am

    The only party that don’t have a single sucky policy…

    Shame they’ve only got one policy really. ;)