Code Challenge: Brainfuck Interpreter
Brainfuck is a very simple programming language with only eight instructions. Despite its simplicity, it’s actually Turing-complete!
This language doesn’t use any variables: it works with a large array of bytes as its memory, initialized with all zeros. The interpreter also has a pointer that indicates the current memory location. The pointer can be moved left and right, and all operations on memory are performed on the currently pointed cell.
The program is executed one instruction at a time, from left to right.
Please see the instructions written directly in the pad to proceed.
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