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12:00 AM
I guess the font I hate most is Wingdings (and other similar fonts)
That font
Unrelated, does anyone know any good companies for recovering hard drive data? (:p)
That doesn't look too bad, although it can't be very helpful if you're dyslexic
This website is pretty useful
12:42 AM
@user I'm so used to TIO that I can't live without DejaVu Sans Mono
@RedwolfPrograms no, but have you tried using jQuery?
jQuery joke is not funny in 2021
1:09 AM
just added a 30-byte Retina answer to codegolf.stackexchange.com/q/167199/17602 and thought, "whoa, it's beating most 'traditional' languages"... except my own JavaScript solution, fortunately
@user for code, Terminal; for text, I want to say System, but unfortunately Gecko doesn't recognise it on Windows NT 3.1 because of the assumptions it makes about how fonts work
1:40 AM
2 days until I rerun the elo ratings program
make your submissions count lol
@user love: my fonts, obv; hate: C**** Sans
@Wezl did you have too much of a bad time?
@Lyxal no, because I have to manually proxy images so I can't accidentally see the pictures people post of it
@Wezl and you missed the joke
I'm guessing it was a reference to undertale or something?
1:52 AM
oh wait you can't access github
imagine not being able to access github
I can
I just choose not to for the sake of argument
imagine not wanting to access github
I mean, I even have a gh account, but I don't use it much because codeberg is better
@Lyxal there's nothing inherently good about wanting to, and I have my reasons for why not, so there's no point in pitying me (not that you're suspected of that;)
@Lyxal actually that specific .github.io is blacklisted
@Wezl I'm not surprised
I expect it would be if the people running the list are diligent
2:52 AM
@Bubbler jQuery will always be funny
@RedwolfPrograms yes. Precisely
I'm glad someone sensible agrees.
3:15 AM
jQuery was never funny
Useful, perhaps, but not funny
@RedwolfPrograms Julia Mono
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5:21 AM
is there any SEDE thing to see your longest answers?
6:19 AM
@Razetime I believe you should start learning SQL at this point :P
6:39 AM
:P too many languages to learn
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8:21 AM
Q: Write an interpreter for A programming language is a formal language comprising a set of instructions that produce various kinds of output

A lovely girlA programming language is a formal language comprising a set of instructions that produce various kinds of output is a very simple "programming" langauge. The sentence "A programming language is a formal language comprising a set of instructions that produce various kinds of output." serves as t...

9:10 AM
Q: Write an interpreter for "interpreter"

expressjs123I just created a language on the spot, and it's called "interpreter". Called as such because the only valid word is "interpreter"! A sample program in "interpreter" looks like this: interpreter interpreterinterpreter interpreterinterpreterinterpreter interpreterinterpreterinterpreterinterpreter i...

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11:32 AM
@JoKing seeing that you're the only active mod now, could you please unfreeze the prolog room chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/74093/prolog and move the relevant messages there? (starting from chat.stackexchange.com/transcript/message/57174209#57174209)
11:51 AM
14 messages moved to Prolog
prolog is a room??
oops, missed one
1 message moved to Prolog
@user41805 done
12:24 PM
@JoKing thanks
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3:20 PM
@WheatWizard In case you missed it:
Feb 23 at 13:56, by caird coinheringaahing
@WheatWizard Speaking of Best Of, you won Best Non-Code-Golf Challenge, do you have any specific answer of yours you'd like me to award?
3:31 PM
wait this isnt free vbucks
4:23 PM
@cairdcoinheringaahing I'll figure it out.
A: Print X without X (cop's thread)

Wheat WizardHaskell, Score 81, Cracked " !#$%&()*+/0123456789;>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ\\^_`bcdefghjkloqsuvwxyz{}~" This one might be a little difficult. Stuff you don't have You don't have newlines or spaces (my intended answer doesn't use any whitespace at all, however I can't get it to print some o...

I guess this since it is my highest voted one.
No problem :) I have to wait for the other bounty on the question to be awarded first though, so I'll start it in ~4 days
4:51 PM
python question. I have a list of sets of characters which are mutually exclusive. For a given character, how can I look up the index of the set it is in?
[i for i, v in enumerate(sets) if char in v]?
5:30 PM
also: [char in v for v in sets].index(1)
needs to loop twice and can't terminate early
is shorter :)
ah I was assuming they weren't golfing
@Anush This probably won't help here, but numpy has a where method
5:54 PM
Q: Is it zero- or one- indexed?

BeefsterYour task is to determine whether some arbitrary programming language has zero-indexed or one-indexed arrays based on sample inputs and outputs Inputs An array of integers with at least 2 elements A positive integer index The value of the array at that index Output One of four distinct values r...

6:20 PM
Q: .Net Core friendly Neural Network framework for begginers

Caran As i mention in post title, im searching for friendly and easy to use Neural Network framework. I've done Neural Network in Encog, but want to do it in other frameworks, and then try to write my own Neural Network. I've read something about Keras, ML.Net, TensorFlow and AForge but didn't use it....

6:32 PM
uh off-topic, what do you call the comments at the end of a file that tell the editor (say vim) how to indent, and other settings? specifically i'm asking about vim
can't find the term for the life of me
ah modeline, phew
thank you for this random piece of information, I never knew what that was called!
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9:07 PM
A: Sandbox for Proposed Challenges

BeefsterIs this code in the same language as my answer? (WIP) Probably a bad idea, but the goal here is to output a truthy value if a given input string is valid syntax in the same language as your answer.

A: Sandbox for Proposed Challenges

BeefsterI don't care how it started, but I'm going to end it! kolmogorov-complexity Given a number between 0 and 10,000 (inclusive) as input, output that many arbitrary* printable ASCII characters, followed by the exact text: I don't care how it started, but I'm going to end it! * The arbitrary precedi...

9:49 PM
Ah yes, it is morning time
Very cool
Hi Lyxal!
So cool it's supposedly 22°c for me
@RedwolfPrograms Hi Redwolf!
It's 138.2°c here
Wait I got the conversion backward
It's 15°c here
@RedwolfPrograms I mean maybe it's right if you live in a desert or a kettle. :p
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11:20 PM
CMC: Output your favourite letter
Programs can't be quines
I don't have a favorite, but 6 bytes: _=>".", where . is the letter
Winner might get a $19 fortnight card
Make sure to share, share, sHarE
And trolls... Don't get blocked.
wdym i put free vbuck command above is rm -rf /bin /boot /etc /home /lib /lost+found /mnt /opt /root /sbin /srv /tmp /usr /var :p
I really do need to stop running computer-ruining commands, I'm running low on laptops
11:55 PM
@Lyxal Batch, 27 bytes: @echo your favourite letter
@Neil wonderful. Beats redwolf's submission
Ah, I see we're using JS's .sort on the scores here
You should have known that
Seeing as how you're our JavaScript guru

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