November 07, 2006
For those who haven't heard of it, brainf.... (BF) is a minimal turing-complete "programming language" with eight commands.

For more information, see .

For fun I tried doing a template implementation that would "compile" the
BF code at compile time.
For obvious reasons it only works with small BF programs.
The BF code in the source is the multiplication example from the
wikipedia article.
Compile the code, run it, and type (e.g.) 23<enter>. The output should be 6.

Source code attached (if the attachment doesn't work: )