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Timezone Agnostic Greetings

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Good local time-of-day!

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Implement 1-dimensional version of Multi-Take code-golf apl array-manipulation Background Adám and I were once discussing a way to properly extend some features in Dyalog APL. I came up with the following extension to Take, a function that takes some front or back elements (and an analogous exten...

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@Adám CMC: Output the %GREETING_TIME% as defined in a Novell Netware login script: "Morning" before noon, "Evening" from 18:00 onwards, and "Afternoon" in between.

@Neil So 00:00 is "Morning"?

@Adám well, that's how I remember it anyway.

11:25 AM
Kite is the practical language that requires the least user experience (in my opinion) that's not on TIO.
I learned this langauge easily by just reading the docs.

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Fix mispellings code-golf kolmogorov-complexity Wikipedia has a list of common misspellings, and there is also a machine-readable version! Your challenge is to input a string and fix the mispellings in it. The parituclar list we'll be using is https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia:...

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Many folks avoid the "mixed number" notation such as $4\frac{2}{3}$ due to its ambiguity. The example could mean "$4$ and two thirds", i.e. $4+\frac{2}{3}$, but one may also be tempted to multiply, resulting in $\frac{8}{3}$. My questions pertain to what happens when we iterate this process -- al...

CMC: Take an improper fraction, convert it to a mixed number, then multiply the integer and fractional parts together. Repeat until a proper fraction results. Output the resulting sequence of fractions.

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You are given a non-empty list of positive integers. Your task is to figure out how many distinct numbers can be obtained by applying the following algorithm: Remove either the first or the last item from the list and initialize N to the corresponding value. Remove either the first or the last i...

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@Neil I have no idea if this poorly golfed 83-byte Mathematica thingy counts: Try it online!. The problem with it is that it represents a b/c as a \[CirclePlus] b/c...

oh, you didn't need to output the mixed numbers...

Then 40 bytes: Try it online!

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Hi all! I've created a new room to discuss and brainstorm new potential esolangs. I have a few ideas myself, and in general, I love throwing around ideas for such things! Please join if such discussions sound fun :)
Also, please do let me know if advertising is inappropriate here. Just thought I'd do it once, in the general chatroom, since I just made and I can't imagine how else it ever gets seen

Isn't this site dead enough as is without forking to even more venues?

@pppery I'm mooooreeeeee than happy to do it here!
I just didn't think it was on-topic

not sure

@pppery It's a general discussion for the code golf site. I didn't think esolangs counted...

In this room, off-topic is fine when it doesn't interfere with on-topic.

6:27 PM
Just so long as you aren't interrupting a more on-topic conversation, it's generally fine

@Adám @cairdcoinheringaahing Of course. But then it still is off-topic. Which means it's only secondary to whatever happens here, and must be stopped whenever anything better comes along. Seems to me that's what making new rooms is for!

Esoteric Programming Languages

A room for discussing, creating, using, golfing and discoverin...
Hasn't had any activity in over a year

@cairdcoinheringaahing But it's frozen...
Which means it doesn't even come up in the search

@AviF.S. I'm just pointing out that we had a room for it and it wasn't very active
I have no objections to you creating a new room, just letting you know of the past attempts at the same thing

@cairdcoinheringaahing Yes, thanks! Luckily, only one person is require to keep the lake from freezing over... Hopefully this one will go better (\|)
(That's my best finger's crossed, in case you can't tell...)

6:32 PM
Good luck! I might pop in from time to time, always got new ideas for programming languages

@cairdcoinheringaahing Thanks for letting me know!
@cairdcoinheringaahing Hope to see you there! They don't even have to be ideas... sporadic thoughts are more than enough!

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The goal of this challenge is to solve a user given math problem in python. This sounds easy but you can't use eval or exec function. The programming language can be any version of Python Example: In[1]: 3x2 Out[1]: 2 In[2]: 3:4 Out[2]: 0.75 In[3]: 10%3 Out[3]: 1 Rules: As mentioned , don't u...

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This is the logo for LAPACK, a widely used software library for numerical linear algebra. Your task is to print the logo (color and matrix brackets not required) as this exact string. Trailing newline is allowed. L A P A C K L -A P -A C -K L A P A -C -K L -A P -A -C K L A -P -A C ...

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Polyglot: Convert Case polyglot string code-golf Your task is to complete the conversions below in the same program in different languages. For example, running your code in Python 2 might transform input to snake case, but running it in JavaScript might transform input to kebab case. Tasks The ...