If one were to create their own language and documentation for the language, could they ask for a review on code they have written in their language as long as they provided a link or inline documentation?
\$\begingroup\$ I'm not certain this is a duplicate. \$\endgroup\$– nhgrifApr 27, 2015 at 23:59
2\$\begingroup\$ Yes, you can, I've done it myself here \$\endgroup\$– Ethan BierleinApr 27, 2015 at 23:59
1\$\begingroup\$ The short answer is, "So long as there's a compiler/interpreter". Otherwise, it's hypothetical code. \$\endgroup\$– RubberDuckApr 28, 2015 at 0:00
\$\begingroup\$ @RubberDuck That post seems to be asking about posting code for an interpreter to a made up language. This is about posting code in that language itself, where the code might be FizzBuzz, for example. \$\endgroup\$– SirPythonApr 28, 2015 at 0:00
\$\begingroup\$ Perhaps not a duplicate question then, but I believe the answer there covers this one too. \$\endgroup\$– RubberDuckApr 28, 2015 at 0:02
The asker would have do more than provide a link to documentation or inline documentation.
There needs to be an existing compiler or interpreter for the language. There needs to be a way for potential reviewers to actually run the code.
If the code cannot be compiled/interpreted and ran, then the code is nothing but a special syntax of pseudo-code.