The line of code seems basic, even for BASIC. There aren’t any variables. It uses a GOTO instead of a more elegant loop.
Here’s my interpretation of a 10-print on the Tezos Blockchain. It’s far away from the simple maze that the normal code would generate. Instead it creates random lines with different angles tied to the horizontal of the canvas, and multiple dots with random colors on the vertical of the canvas. If you look closely you can see that you got an influence on the behavior too. Your mouse will draw very thin circles around the area where it’s hovering.
It will reset itself after a random number of walkroughs. By that you’ll get a different result every time.
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