JELLO is a small little language created by Jacob Allen in a weekend.
Here is an example of a basic Fibonacci Sequence program.
#Fibonacci Example SETMEM 0 1 SETREG 1 :start SETMEM 1 REG ADD MEM(0) SETMEM 0 MEM(1) SETOUT REG IF LT 200 GOTO :start END
JELLO is limited to one 8bit register, 256 8bit memory locations, one 8bit input and one 8bit output.
JELLO features 11 main keywords these are ADD, SUB, MUL, DIV, SETMEM, SETREG, SETOUT, GETINP, GOTO, IF, END. It has five comparison operators which are EQ, UN, LT, GT, ZERO. It also has comments and labels.