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1:28 AM
Q: I am getting harassed on code golf stackexchange who should I report it to?

Doctor RealityA user on this platform @xnor is harassing me. Who should I report him to? He is closing all of my posts every time and getting his friends to downvote my posts and trash talk me every time I post. Where do I report his harassment to?

1:40 AM
disclaimer: i am probably going to start being more active, but i saw the opportunity for a meme
AHAHAFHGJSHGJFHJD this guy just linked my league na.op.gg page to try to insult me for being a "bronze fuck"
like 1. i'm iron, what a fool, 2. well there we have it, very obvious he's just bored and wants the attention his parents never gave him
i can't this guy is just too funny
lol this guy has less of a life than I do
2:11 AM
*@HyperNeutrino and it's kind of obvious you're a narcissistic elitist arrogant piece of garbage – Doctor Reality 22 mins ago*
That's alredy an insult
2:44 AM
low effort. give it a 1/10 for spelling it correctly
4 hours later…
7:08 AM
The easiest way to discard part of your reputation: put a bounty on a low-quality post that nobody will be posting an answer.
7:24 AM
When the low-quality challenge gets closed, there will not be anyone who's able to answer the challenge.
7:37 AM
@a'_' What if the low-quality post gets closed before you can put a bounty on it (2 days)?
8:19 AM
@NewMainPosts I'm a little confused. Why was the question closed when we usually allow golfing tips and leave them open?
I mean, I'm alright with the question being closed.
I'm just curious, that's all.
8:48 AM
Q: Counting Distinct Real Roots of Low-Degree Polynomials

Zachary HunterChallenge: I want to know about the real roots of polynomials. As a pure mathematician, I care about the existence of such roots, rather than their numeric values. The challenge is to write the shortest program that takes a polynomial, of degree at most 4, and simply returns how many distinct re...

4 hours later…
12:50 PM
I'd try to tag my name... a'_' a''_
1:20 PM
@NewMainPosts Because the tips question already provides the optimal way to solve the problem... other users aren't able to golf it.
By "optimal" I mean there currently isn't an answer that golfs the sample solution.
2:00 PM
CGCC posts seem to follow the pattern: A negatively-voted post, a one-digit voted post, a 10<x<19 voted post, and a >20 voted post.
Some people are fortunate enough to post just at the right time to get a lot of upvotes; others, not as fortunate.
2:20 PM
@Adám I don't get why some of those posts were vandalized after the asker got their answer...
@AdmBorkBork ¯\_(⍨)_/¯
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7:07 PM
A: Sandbox for Proposed Challenges

RGSAll roads lead to Rome code-challenge graph-theory internet search "All roads lead to Rome" is a saying that essentially means there are plenty of different ways of achieving an objective. Task Your task is to take a string identifying a Wikipedia page, and find the shortest path to the Wikipe...

7:31 PM
So, I'm looking at one of my older answers, and saw that I can golf some more bytes off. Since the challenge has been "dead" for years, is it worthwhile to update my answer, or should I just forget it?
7:44 PM
@AdmBorkBork always golf
8:01 PM
OK, you convinced me.
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9:58 PM
A: Sandbox for Proposed Challenges

RGSHelp me write Portuguese code-golf string Context (Feel free to skip, doesn't really matter for the algorithmic explanation of the task) Portuguese is a fairly complicated language to learn, mostly because of its grammar. One particular annoying thing is conjugating the verbs correctly. Portu...

10:26 PM
Q: Summing a sub-square of a quarter of an infinite chessboard

RGSDescription of the problem Imagine a quarter of an infinite chessboard, as in a square grid, extending up and right, so that you can see the lower left corner. Place a 0 in there. Now for every other cell in position (x,y), you place the smallest non-negative integer that hasn't showed up in the...

11:03 PM
A: Sandbox for Proposed Challenges

LyxalString-wise calculus (i) code-golfstringcalculus This might turn into a series involving other aspects of calculus, including using the "derivative" of a string to find "stationary points" etc, as well as "integration" of sentences Introduction If y'all have ever studied calculus, you'll most...

I'm gonna post this soon
Any suggestions for challenge improvement / posting date?
Any Perl folk on?
11:23 PM
Q: Polyglot "Hello world" in Fortran and Lisp

CoffeeTableEspressoSimple challenge: The code must be both valid Lisp and valid Fortran, and must print out "hello world" in both. Note: I've sunk about 5 hours into this at this point, I'm not even sure it's possible at this point... Details: Must be in a single source file. Any version of Fortran and any Lisp...


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