This program is a quick experiment to (naïvely) test the performance difference between interpreters and JIT compilers for simple programs.
´ is a derivative of `. It is modified such that finite loops are possible.
Instructions still use backticks since forward ticks are not ASCII and hence annoying.
A and B are integer constants, [X] denotes an address dereference, V is the last assigned value, P is the instruction pointer.
|A`+B||[A] += B, V = [A]|
|A`B||[A] += [B], V = [A]|
|+A`+B||[A] == V ? P += B|
|+A`B||[A] == V ? P += [B]|