Bit Code Examples:
Bit Code is an attempt to make a Turning Complete language with minimal commands; in fact, only two: one to increment a number pointed to by a data address, and one to load a new value into the data address. For added cleverness, the data pointed to by the data address is used as the pointer to the next command, so that incrementing this number also moves on to the next command. I have a C program for generating and running random strings of bits and a GIF and FIG graphics that explain how the syntax works.