Talk:REDCODE

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Link to the "other" Redcode format?[edit]

I landed on this page looking for Redcode — but a completely different thing. I find it odd that there isn't at least a link here to the "first" Redcode format. From Core War:

Core War is a programming game created by D. G. Jones and A. K. Dewdney in which two or more battle programs (called "warriors") compete for control of a virtual computer. These battle programs are written in an abstract assembly language called Redcode.

I would like to add one of those "see also" blocks that is shown in sub-pages of a "disambiguation page", but I'm unsure how to do that properly, so I'll limit myself to suggesting it here. JanGB (talk) 12:15, 20 January 2015 (UTC)