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12:41 PM
@Mr.Xcoder he does
 
@EriktheOutgolfer Really? ಠ_ಠ DJ :p
 
most probably won't see that because it's a userscript
 
CMC: Compute the first N even triangular numbers.
Jelly really needs a quick for 1...#Ṫ
 
1:28 PM
11 bytes here by the way.
 
 
3 hours later…
4:07 PM
@Mr.Xcoder 9 bytes
 
@cairdcoinheringaahing for even triangular numbers?
 
@Mr.Xcoder My program outputs
  1   6
  2   6  10
  3   6  10  28
  4   6  10  28  36
  5   6  10  28  36  66
  6   6  10  28  36  66  78
  7   6  10  28  36  66  78 120
  8   6  10  28  36  66  78 120 136
  9   6  10  28  36  66  78 120 136 190
 10   6  10  28  36  66  78 120 136 190 210
 
:O spoiler pls
Gtg o/
 
@Mr.Xcoder Hang on, getting link. Also, try using a maths version, rather than #
 
 
2 hours later…
6:27 PM
Old challenges or CMCs?
 
Let's do some CMCs, unless we can't think of any
 
Ok, agreed.
Any idea?
I am quite slow-minded rn.
 
CMC: Return the nth Lucas number
I won't reveal byte count, but my MD5 is 63a62618487da3cd0a16535061197742
 
I guess your byte count is small enough to not reveal it :-)
 
@Mr.Xcoder Yeah, more or less :P
 
6:33 PM
Just tell me one thing: over 7 bytes?
 
Nope.
Example: 5 => 11, 10 => 123
 
mine is AF80DA0E184BF58C70804A22CE8705F0
 
Hooray, I just used my first hammer.
 
@Mr.Xcoder What for?
Never mind, found it
 
Ok, it's a bit harder than I thought to get below 8 bytes.
@cairdcoinheringaahing 6 bytes. Is yours 6 bytes too?
 
6:41 PM
Shorter
 
(and btw I don't understand the downvotes for the duplicate question on main either)
Can I just reveal mine if I have been outgolfed?
 
6 bytes: ḤÆḞ÷ÆḞ
 
I think that the downvote is because the question doesn't "show research effort"
 
6:43 PM
@Mr.Xcoder To be honest, I want to upvote, to counteract the downvote, but it isn't a particularly interesting challenge
 
@cairdcoinheringaahing Don't. The OP can delete it if they want to discard the downvotes.
@caird @Erik Please reveal the byte count.
 
ಠ_ಠ
Is it a built-in or WTF?
 
@Mr.Xcoder Yep :P
 
But it's not in the wiki yet?
 
6:46 PM
@Mr.Xcoder No, I'm adding it rn
 
dennis made some pulls recently
 
I saw. Many new built-ins?
 
@Mr.Xcoder No, just that one
 
2 bytes: ÆĿ
 
@Mr.Xcoder Yep :P
@EriktheOutgolfer Can you inform this user about Jelly?
 
6:48 PM
tried to explain but felt not really worth it
 
Are you able to close issues?
 
also it already came to me as a gh notification 7-8 hours ago
@cairdcoinheringaahing no
I'm not a "collaborator"
and I don't know if that's really a way to handle it
 
Dennis will probably reply better anyway :P
 
oh and @cairdcoinheringaahing you put the ÆĿ atom in the wrong section in the docs
that's where ÆḶ would've been
organizing it
 
Should it be at the end?
 
6:51 PM
no
 
@EriktheOutgolfer Whoops. TBH, I thought you mean I put it in the wrong section :P
 
Ŀ is really an abovedot L
but is represented with a middledot L since there's no literal abovedot L char
 
CMC: Check if a number is palindrome without using the built-in "Is palindromic?" function
(and integer)
 
3 bytes of course :p
 
3 bytes here too.
 
6:53 PM
3 bytes
 
Wait... DŒḂ Is not valid lol
 
ŒḂ is palindrome builtin
 
@Mr.Xcoder Why not?
 
Because ŒḂ is the built-in!
 
Still 3 bytes
 
6:54 PM
Still 3 bytes
 
still 3 bytes too
 
Hash?
 
C9A041A2D8D39B338EA9A1DE92318877
 
What tool do you use @EriktheOutgolfer?
 
6:56 PM
Wait hang on, D⁼U is invalid
 
5BC7AB1BD619F146931821785061B86C
@cairdcoinheringaahing No?
 
@Mr.Xcoder Test it with 101
 
but it works with 101
 
Works.
BTW mine is not D⁼U
 
hint: integers don't have leading 0s
 
oh wait
yes it's not D⁼U
 
ಠ_ಠ
 
still 3 bytes
 
still 3 bytes
 
6:58 PM
ಠ_ಠ
 
C9A041A2D8D39B338EA9A1DE92318877
(same as Erik's)
 
Mine is D⁼Ṛ
 
7:00 PM
CMC: Come up with a good CMC.
 
cat (using STDIN) (and no please don't look at my answer)
 
@cairdcoinheringaahing Nope.
 
@Mr.Xcoder ಠ_ಠ Edit
@EriktheOutgolfer If Dennis would pull your request, Øƈ
 
@cairdcoinheringaahing it's a bit hard for dennis to pull m request, since there have been other pulls since
(I need to fix it)
 
7:03 PM
@EriktheOutgolfer Can STDIN contain multiple lines?
 
5 bytes here.
And hell finally niladic links have an usage \o/
 
> and no please don't look at my answer
 
@cairdcoinheringaahing I didn't yet
(they might just be identical, dunno)
@EriktheOutgolfer How long is your answer?
 
7:06 PM
5 bytes
(note:a bit hackish)
 
(note:just looked on Main, and it's identical)
Note that I did this some time ago and remembered the technique I used back then (in August IIRC)
bleh, gtg o/
 
not surprised at all you had to leave, it's 22:10 already :p
 

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