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A: Sandbox for Proposed Challenges

a'_'Add the quotes Add double-quotes (") in order to surround a word (i.e. somethng that matches [a-z]+). [[one, two, three], [one, two, three], [one, two, three], [one, two, three]] Test cases [abc,def,ghi,jkl] -> ["abc","def","ghi","jkl"] Rules The words are never capitalized.

 
1:47 AM
@a'_' that doesn't sound healthy
 
 
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3:45 AM
@Lyxal On CGCC, insomnia is a demonstration of wiseness.
 
@a'_' ah. I see. You meant the literal programming language.
Of course you did
(⩺ ͟ʖ⩹)
 
 
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Q: Heuristic pseudo-prime generator

Homo SimpsonYour task is to write a program that accepts an input N and outputs an integer p in the range [2,N]. (2 to N inclusive) As the title mentioned, the output p must be a probable pseudo-prime. How I define it is as follows: It must not be an actual prime. (it needs to have factors != self/1) It c...

 
 
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8:03 AM
@RosLuP ... What do you mean by that comment?
 
 
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Q: Find the largest recurring prime

pythonISFORRETARDSInspired by Find the largest fragile prime A recurring prime (or whatever you choose to call it) is a prime that, when removing leading digits, always remain prime regardless of how many digits are removed. for example 6317 is a recurring prime because... 317 is a recurring prime because... 17 ...

 
 
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2:25 PM
@a'_' Next time I need to post both the page number and the title.
Alright, back to my business.
@a'_' Turns out that I've already got it!
I got Who's next to me in the queue? in page 4.
 
3:15 PM
Posting sharing my new idea as I didn't have enough time to write into my notes.
Decision problem DSL.

Drawing one-liner

[8, 6, 8, 2, 2, 3, 11]
O02,=

[3, 11] == 2: changes the list into its length before comparison.

O: Filter out all odd numbers
 
 
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7:33 PM
@Adám in אויפן פריפעטשיק in the line "קמץ־אלף: אָ", why is קמץ chosen? what is special about קמץ?
 
8:04 PM
@LeakyNun "Komatz-alef: O" is how the traditional first Hebrew reading book
begins to introduce the nekudos:
@LeakyNun Let me know if you need translation of the title page.
 
 
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@Adám ah, interesting
 
11:16 PM
@Adám I have a quick APL question if you have a second
 
11:30 PM
@Adám Normally in a terminal or REPL, I can hit the Up key to repeat the previous line. However in Dyalog, it just moves the cursor up. Is there a key combo to pull up the previous line?
 
@JPeroutek Ctrl-shift backspace I think
with Ctrl Shift enter going down again
I discovered that by accident and it is very useful
 
Seems like a complex combo for an operation thats so commonplace
 
I'm glad it's there, but I think common practice is just modifying the line in place
 

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