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Q: Make true and false global!

DingusWe all know true and false, but what do speakers around the globe say? +----------------------+------------+------------+ | Language | True | False | +----------------------+------------+------------+ | Arabic | sahih | zaif | | Armenian ...

 
 
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11:51 AM
Anyone home?
I mean, I know I am!
 
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Q: An integer triangle build (mainly) by list operations

SchlotterCompute $(2k-1-n)(2k-n)/2$ as an integer triangle for $0 \le k \le n$. The following restriction applies: Only addition is allowed as an arithmetic operation. List operations like appending, extending, reversing etc. are allowed. Construct the triangle for $n = 6$, displaying row by row on a...

 
 
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A: Sandbox for Proposed Challenges

DingusEight days a week code-golf date Back in 1965, The Beatles released their hit song 'Eight Days a Week'. In this code-golf challenge we are going to reimagine dates of the 21st century as if there really were eight days a week. Input You will be given three positive integers, based on ISO 8601 ...

 
 
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4:05 PM
Any final feedback on this? Planning on posting in a couple of days
 
 
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7:10 PM
@cairdcoinheringaahing I like the challenge (gave it a +1 a while ago). My only question, though: why use N and M first, then g and f? I think keeping a single notation throughout would be clearer
 
7:39 PM
@Mr.Xcoder I learnt it as N and M, but I prefer using f and g for functions. I‘ll change it to be more consistent
 
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Q: Quines that print what their index is

AndrewWe all know what a quine is. A quine is a program which prints its own source code. And we also know about the printable ASCII characters. Well... this challenge mixes both. Your mission, should you accept it, is to create an index quine. An index quine is a non-empty program, composed only of t...

 
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Q: Shortest code that makes an infinite iterable

Sapphire_BrickChallenge: What is the shortest code in any selected language that produces an infinite iterable? (Objects with references to objects qualify)

 
9:09 PM
posted on May 31, 2020 by Sapphire_Brick

What is the shortest code, in any garbage collected language (including ARC) that produces a memory leak? It does not matter how much memory is leaked. The shorter the code, and the more deeply nested the implementation languages, the better. For example moonscript -> lua -> C -> assembly -> machine code better than Rust -> assembly -> machine code.

 
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A: Sandbox for Proposed Challenges

Dannyu NDosParse a Unicode vulgar fraction Objective Given a string with single Unicode vulgar fraction, parse it to a rational number. Valid inputs A valid input consists of: (Optional) Leading whitespaces One of: ¼ U+00BC; one quarter ½ U+00BD; one half ¾ U+00BE; three quarters ⅐ U+2150; one seven...

 
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Q: Code that produces a memory leak in most "deeply implemented" garbage collected language?

Sapphire_BrickWhat is the shortest code, in any garbage collected language (including ARC) that produces a memory leak? It does not matter how much memory is leaked. The shorter the code, and the more deeply nested the implementation languages, the better. Score is calculated by the number of characters tim...

 
 
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11:50 PM
... bah, now I get the accept, 600 reputation too late...
 

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