Each character in Cubically source code is either a command or an argument. For example:
code: RL2UD23 does: R call command R without arguments L2 call command L with argument 2 U call command U without arguments D23 call command D with argument 2, then argument 3
Each argument may only be a single-digit integer; multiple arguments call the command separately. As in the example,
D23 does not call
D with argument 23, it calls
D with argument 2, then argument 3.
There is one exception to the above rule: the
f command. Arguments stack up, so
f23 will call
23. To call
2 and then
3 you would have to write
For more information about arguments and commands, see commands.