12:03 AM
@MartinEnder I have trouble following the logic of this parity test, could you explain that?
By the way, this looks way more straightforward to me (and shorter) Try it online!

Oh, that's much better.
In mine I use `f` for two things: a) to get a zero and b) to decrement the input to zero while toggling the other value between zero and one.
So `g` creates a pair of the input and `0`, and then we just repeatedly `dip` it, which continues until the input reaches zero.

Yeah, I was beginning to understand that, that's a nice trick :)

But completely unnecessary :P

But I was thinking, would it hurt Dodos if numbers could be used directly for returning constant values?
Trying to write a multiline snippet from my phone, it doesn't work -.-
What I mean is, this could be a function taking `n` as input and returning `(n,0)` Try it online!

But then hello world would be boring ;)

12:17 AM
True :D

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3:28 AM
I have an alternative Hello World which I like, but unfortunately it's not shorter than Dennis's one Try it online!

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10:53 AM

@MartinEnder I have this at 13 bytes

you got ninja'd by Leo

ah, I missed that

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