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12:39 AM
@pxeger Pip: ;^) or anything starting with ; is a comment; O_o has some interesting output; TT_TT currently works but could plausibly break in some future version; o.o gives you mod powers
Also, anything that's entirely composed of non-ASCII characters will give a bunch of warnings and then do nothing... I don't know if that counts as "doesn't produce an error"
^ also works if there are balanced ASCII brackets
 
1:00 AM
BQN has a lot of faces that evaluate to a list of two values/functions/modifiers: 0‿0 ○‿○ ⌾‿⌾ @‿@ ⊔‿⊔ ⥊‿⥊ ◶‿◶ ˘‿˘
With a bit of imagination, 0⟜ ⊣0 is an illustration of someone bringing a gun to a swordfight
 
APL has the best emoticon that Adam didn't mention
alternatively
⊂⍝
 
 
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7:09 AM
@Adám cool. Thanks!
 
 
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9:32 AM
@emanresuA, I'm encountering issues with the @ command in Positionally. According to the README and code review, it should generate an IP moving right at the @ location and disable the initial IP at 0, 0.
However, tests with [this Positionally code][https://dso.surge.sh/#@WyJwb3NpdGlvbmFsbHkiLCIiLCIgICAgICAgICAgICAgICBcXFxuICAgICAgICAvXG5cbiAgICAgIEAgXlxuXG4gICAgICAgICAgICAgIDs8IiwiIiwiIiwiZCJd] show that the IP still begins at 0, 0 with no new IP at the @. Is this a bug, or is my interpretation of the @ command mistaken?
 
9:46 AM
@Mukundan314 Because I'm very smart and was calling normalise(row,col) instead of normalise(col,row). Will push a fix soon
 
@emanresuA also Is it intended behavior to have the string mode be common between ips rather than as a property of the ip?
 
... nope
I never really tested all the multi-IP stuff
Fixed that (and skip being global) as well, although you might want to test it (writing anything in this lang is a pain)
 
ok will try it out soon
 
 
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9:49 PM
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Q: Reconstruct a list of strings from its prefixes

Greg Martinemanresu A posted a challenge to reconstruct an ordered list of integers from its unordered set of unordered prefixes. Many users (beginning with xnor's answer) noticed that summing each unordered prefix led to a very short solution. Well, let's cruelly take that possibility away by using data th...

 
10:27 PM
@emanresuA Nice. I think we've all been there.
 
10:37 PM
I've never been to Nice
And why would I, it's in fr*nce
 
10:57 PM
NICE IS NICE!
 
11:40 PM
But FR*NCE 🤮
 
11:51 PM
When I deal with 2D stuff I actually like to add typing to coordinates, so instead of being a pair, each coordinate is wrapped with simple wrapper that prevents me from putting the wrong data in the wrong place like 95% of the time.
It's a nice little trick, that ends up saving a bunch of effort in the end.
 

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