The Uxntal Alphabet is a series of glyph representing uxntal numbers and opcodes.

This purpose of the alphabet is to enable the usage of the Uxntal operators outside of the computer, as well as to help students to familiarize themselves with hexadecimal finger-counting and bitwise operations.


brk inc pop nip swp rot dup ovr
equ neq gth lth jmp jcn jsr sth
ldz stz ldr str lda sta dei deo
add sub mul div and ora eor sft


The Short Mode is indicated by 2 vertical strokes above the glyph, the Keep Mode is indicated by a forward diagonal stroke under the glyph, the Stash Mode is indicated by a small circle drawn above the glyph.

The Min2 routine written with the Uxntal alphabet.


The numerical system was designed by Bruce Martin.

incoming uxntal reference