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Would more furries be interested in my art if I made a fursona?

Maybe I'm overthinking things.

Here's birds

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Hey yall @tonyasong is online!! she's real good <3

oh no everyone's going to knzk.me and what is that

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callout stuff 

@Scruffo oh neat i beat three sort even though i didn't check for negatives

how dare you judge me, human resource machine

@Scruffo g:
COPYFROM [22]
JUMPZ i
SUB [21]
JUMPN h
COPYFROM [21]
SUB [22]
JUMPN k
BUMPUP 22
BUMPUP 21
JUMP g
h:
i:
COPYFROM 23
COPYTO 22
j:
COPYFROM [22]
JUMPZ b
OUTBOX
BUMPUP 22
JUMP j
k:
COPYFROM 24
COPYTO 21
l:
COPYFROM [21]
OUTBOX
JUMPZ a
BUMPUP 21
JUMP l

@Scruffo -- HUMAN RESOURCE MACHINE PROGRAM --

a:
b:
COPYFROM 24
COPYTO 21
COPYFROM 23
COPYTO 22
c:
INBOX
COPYTO [22]
JUMPZ d
BUMPUP 22
JUMP c
d:
e:
INBOX
COPYTO [21]
JUMPZ f
BUMPUP 21
JUMP e
f:
COPYFROM 24
COPYTO 21
COPYFROM 23
COPYTO 22

@Scruffo sorry if I wrote that confusing it's kind of a lot

@Scruffo You start with a 0 and a 10, so I told it to put one string starting at [0] and one at [10] using bump+ and ending the loop when it gets to 0 (you wanna put the 0 down with the string so it can be read later), then I reset the values to 0 and 10 and had another loop that subtracted [0] from [10] and vice versa, and when it reached a negative value that would mean it found the word that came first and would jump to a third loop that would place the word in the outbox

@Scruffo You gotta subtract the letters from each other until it gets to a letter with an unequal value. Then if they're the same or if one of words ends early, the loop ends and that word goes in the outbox

programming's wacky and also this is wackier because C++ knew multiplication

@DemmyB @Scruffo This is why I quit programming

Programming for all inputs is hard

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