flexible Brainfuck interpreter
beef is a Brainfuck interpreter, a program which executes Brainfuck code on the fly.
Its behavior is configurable using command-line options. This enables you to run most Brainfuck programs, even ones written for other interpreters/compilers without modifications.
beef is not affected by some historical Brainfuck limitations. For example, the length of the memory tape's only limit is the amount of memory your computer has.
beef's aim is not to be incredibly small or optimized (although it is quite fast), but to be a flexible and pleasant-to-work-with interpreter.
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