Xusto is an esoteric programming language that strives to be engaging and useful while being simultaneously completely impractical. Xusto is similar to Befunge: a program exists as a plane of characters arranged in a grid. Each character represents an instruction, and program flow moves through the grid (sometimes non-linearly!). The simplest topological model of the program space is a twistable donut completely riddled with wormholes (unfortunately). Xusto is influenced by Funge-98, Befunge, INTERCAL, FALSE, and C. Currently, Xusto is limited to 8 bit unsigned integers; support for larger types is in the works.
The canonical response is "Why not?" That applies here, in spades.
Hello World can be written very succintly due to the lazy print instruction.
Printing the first few terms of the Fibonnaci sequence is slightly more complex.
The official Xusto interpreter, simply known as
xusto, is written in C and should compile on any sane platform. The interpreter source, examples, and documentation are available on GitHub. Any documentation on GitHub trumps whatever is written on this page; this page may lag behind on new functionality and language updates. Xusto is being actively developed, and new features are always being added. Arbitrary integer widths, many-dimensional program space, and more stack operations are just a few of the features to be added.