What is it about?
'WADUZITDO: How To Write a Language in 256 Words or Less'
has been the title of an article from BYTE magazine, September 1978
issue (pp. 166-175), by Larry Kheriarty, describing a very minimalistic
language to show off 'what a computer can do', intended to catch
attention from even a complete computer iliterate.
WADUZITDO is a rough PILOT descendant, following a very simple
[<Modifier>*] <Operation> ":" <Data>
structure, where every line consist a single instruction to the computer.
This implementation is rather straight forward, modeled after the
6800 Assembly language version as authorative source, thus honoring
all embedded quirks ;Þ