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10:00 PM
@MartinEnder show=<<[14..99]++[0,x|x<-[0..9]]++[10..13], 42(lol) bytes.
Besides, I'm pretty sure that using it to run random Mathematica programs probably violates the terms pretty badly
yeah that's very likely
I guess I'll stick to Hexagony then ;)
@MartinEnder You know, Hexagony on anarchy golf could be interesting
he added it today
10:02 PM
Q: Quixels - Quantum Pixels

NonlinearFruitIntroduction A quixel is a quantum pixel. Similar to a classical pixel, it is represented with 3 integer values (Red, Green, Blue). However, quixels are in a super position of these 3 states instead of a combination. This super position only lasts until the quixel is observed at which point it c...

@MartinEnder Nice CMC! MATL, 18 bytes: '3.'0:99 -14YSVXzh
@Sherlock9 alright
@MartinEnder okay: cheddar 33 bytes: "3."+(14|>113).map(n->n%100).fuse. would be shorter but stuff is borked ;_;
i wish one day my name in the chat will be blue :):)
@DJMcMayhem you know, the kenny themed challenge
10:03 PM
@Downgoat how would that know to retain two digits for 100 to 109?
@MartinEnder n->n%100
@MartinEnder I actually created a challenge once, you should try it in Hexagony
@LeakyNun I mean the leading zero in 00 to 09
@MartinEnder oops, i'm out of here
10:04 PM
@ΛεγίωνΜάμμαλϠΨΠʹ thanks, I think I'll pass :P
@LuisMendo invalid
@ΛεγίωνΜάμμαλϠΨΠʹ What's with the "(luck)" on the shortest Python answers? Is that a library?
@LeakyNun Would you mind being a little more specific?
@LuisMendo 00010203040506070809 became 0123456789
@LeakyNun Thanks!
@El'endiaStarman no I think it means that it only happens to work for the given test cases or that some randomness is involved and the answer was just submitted a few times until it worked, afaik
@MartinEnder Huh, that's a little weird.
@LeakyNun I think it works now, for 19 bytes
@LuisMendo nice
@LuisMendo Is there an operator that converts [5,7,2] to [7,2]?
10:20 PM
@RohanJhunjhunwala halp how halp you
All the tnb data explorer links show the same codez
@MartinEnder Jelly, 15 bytes: 114r213DḊ€F⁾3.;
@Dennis :o only appears in the tutorial
@Dennis how do I check, if TIO is up to date? I think I do remember getting silos pulled, but I forget
@LeakyNun It's syntax, not an atom.
10:22 PM
@Dennis is there a way to check without having to ping you?
@RohanJhunjhunwala test which of your features are in the tio lol
@RohanJhunjhunwala Not really, no.
@RohanJhunjhunwala try using the latest feature you added
@Dennis oh, do you think you could check for me? Sorry.
Wasn't up-to-date, but only a text file changed.
10:23 PM
@Dennis ok, thanks
What's the cmc?
Pi to how many decimals?
32 mins ago, by Martin Ender
neat CMC, stolen from anarchy golf: print exactly this number:
32 mins ago, by Martin Ender
Hint: it is not PI
@LeakyNun what is it?
@RohanJhunjhunwala look closer
10:24 PM
@LeakyNun oh wow
@MartinEnder 05AB1E, 3 bytes too long: 3'.99Ý14FÀ}vy00¬ñ
this looks like a job for SILOS
@RohanJhunjhunwala after you add the new printIntNoa;skldfjk functionality
@LeakyNun wow such golf very news
@LeakyNun I did
@LeakyNun printIntNoLine
10:25 PM
@RohanJhunjhunwala ok
Or for 14 bytes: 2sable.tryitonline.net/…
@LeakyNun can you explain the last outputs?
the last outputs?
@LeakyNun oh towards the end of the CMC
@RohanJhunjhunwala 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13
(14 appeared in the beginning, termination)
10:28 PM
@LeakyNun oh ok
In other news. SILOS is verbose
@RohanJhunjhunwala what's the spaces for?
@LeakyNun sorry, too used to them
@LeakyNun can we break 100 bytes? silos.tryitonline.net/…
@LeakyNun Temporarily.
@RohanJhunjhunwala done
@Dennis i literally swore in front of my computer
@LeakyNun ooh clever use of modular arithetic
@LeakyNun, one does not simply
10:36 PM
@MartinEnder CJam, 10 bytes: 3'.A2m*Em<
@LeakyNun it doesn't work
@LeakyNun removing the macro saved two bytes
@RohanJhunjhunwala i havent said anything
That interview process was grueling...
for google?
10:38 PM
how was it?
It all is worth it from what I understand
@Mego let's do the cmc above
I just got back to my hotel room
10:38 PM
@ReleasingHeliumNuclei good, now I can leave in peace
(not now)
@ReleasingHeliumNuclei nope, 00010203040506070809 became 0123456789
@Mego did you do well?
10:40 PM
@Mego Oh hey you're not dead in a plane crash!
@LeakyNun should I add a perform subroutine X Y times command?
@RohanJhunjhunwala your choice
@DJMcMayhem I think so. I'll know more in about a week.
A: Sandbox for Proposed Challenges

NonlinearFruitThe Note-Takers Dream Meta This challenge requires more than most challenges. Is it to much? The goal here is simple. Turn my notes into text. To this end, any tool or web service may be employed. Specification Input An image of handwritten notes, stored an some data structure (th...

@Geobits I have a return trip, you know...
10:41 PM
@LeakyNun it seems like it could be useful, but then again it detracts from the spirit of the GOTO spaghetti
@Mego Where are you?
@Geobits I have a return trip, you know...
I have to be at the airport at 5:30 AM tomorrow. It's an hour drive...
@Mego Umm... yeah but it isn't your first plane ride. Everyone knows that people only die on their first flight. Uh, yeah.
10:42 PM
@Geobits oh yeah. I died on my first flight. I wouldn't suggest it.
@LeakyNun You need indexing for that: 4L). 4L is a predefined literal that means "from second element to last"
@Geobits Sounds like the people who say you can't get pregnant your first time
@DanTheMan California
@Mego Are you saying you can? Whew, I dodged a bullet on that one.
@LuisMendo I see
10:43 PM
@Geobits I didn't mean plane rides, but I'm not sure which you meant
@Mego California is a big state, but at least you've narrowed your location down from within 1 AU.
@Mego They both happened at the same time, so >_>
Well, not really.
That would've been weird, since the first time I flew was when I was two or so.
@Geobits hahaha
@LeakyNun maybe matlab uses imaginary numbers to denote indices?
This convo just keeps on getting better
10:45 PM
And I haven't even been drinking :)
@Geobits That sounds like a problem to be fixed
Seriously, Actually is a better esolang name than Request.
Seriously too.
@ReleasingHeliumNuclei Precisely.
@Mego It's not quite seven here. Haven't had dinner yet, so I'll wait a bit.
10:47 PM
@LeakyNun Haha. Complex numbers are used for that kind of indexing in MATL. 4L gives [2+0i, 0+1i], that is, [2, 1i]. 1i means "end", that is, the final element. If you wanted say elements from 2 to second-last you'd use [2, -1+1i]. That -1+1i means the last element minus 1. Does that make sense?
who flagged that
@ConorO'Brien That would be a good language name too!
@DanTheMan California, Mars
@LuisMendo wow
@Mego Oh of course!
10:48 PM
@LuisMendo ah, I nailed it
3 mins ago, by Conor O'Brien
@LeakyNun maybe matlab uses imaginary numbers to denote indices?
@Geobits It's 3:45 PM here and I'm considering going down to the bar. That interview was rough.
@LuisMendo In other words, magic
@Mego Right, but I've got a kid in the house :P
@ReleasingHeliumNuclei It becomes intuitive with practice :-D
@Geobits Fly less?
10:49 PM
I've run out of stars for today. :(
@Mego Just the one kid, so it's all good lol.
@Geobits My wife is upset about all the flying I'm doing without her
@ConorO'Brien Yep :-D But it's MATL, not Matlab. Matlab uses end, so it's more easily read: x(2:end-1) etc
@LuisMendo oh, fantastic.
@ConorO'Brien Nope. It uses integer indices: x([1 2 4 5]). Or end-based indices: x(2:end-1). Or logical indices, that act as a mask: x([true true false true true]) removes the third element
10:50 PM
so matlab doesn't use imaginary indices?
@Mego That's quite understandable. At least you're flying alone though, right?
She wanted to come to California too, but Google only pays for accommodations for one unless there are serious oustanding circumstances.
@Geobits Actually I flew with a bunch of people last night, and will be doing it again in a few hours.
@Mego serious outstanding issues? like what? o.O
10:52 PM
@Mego Well, don't wear yourself out, and be safe :D
@LuisMendo whoa, very cool
@ConorO'Brien I dunno. Probably kids and/or medical reasons.
@Geobits Of course. Seat belts save lives.
@ConorO'Brien Nope. It uses integer indices: x([1 2 4 5]). Or end-based indices: x(2:end-1). Or logical indices, that act as a mask: x([true true false true true]) removes the third element
(sorry for posting twice)
My browser is acting up
10:54 PM
@LuisMendo I don't mind :)
Ooh, @ConorO'Brien are you learning MATL?
CMC, given n, output the nth element from the following sequence: /, \\, ///, \\\\, etc.
Slashes and markdown don't mix
@DJMcMayhem no, I'm just curious. I might tho. (Don't tempt me :P I'm doing homework and I need to focus)
10:56 PM
Where has my comma gone
then again, I'm not doing very well rn
@ConorO'Brien haha, of course I'll try to tempt you. It's the only golflang (other than V) that I know well
@ConorO'Brien if you need to focus TNB is not the place to be :P
55 secs ago, by Conor O'Brien
then again, I'm not doing very well rn
> Abandon all work, ye who enter
11:01 PM
Such starbait much wow
I'll take the bait though
halp how 2 gitbook
i tri to package.json but its still borked
basically nothing shows up
s/halp/halp Gimme teh Codez!!
@Adnan Leaky Nun: Jelly, 5 bytes ị⁾/\x
@Adnan jelly 5 bytes (Kenny wrote it, not me) jelly.tryitonline.net/#code=4buL4oG-L1x4&input=&args=Mg
@RohanJhunjhunwala these is no codez ;_;
11:02 PM
Wow, ninja
@DJMcMayhem oohhh the ninja is strong in this one
@DJMcMayhem feature request: add that to the description again
Or PNP's "great minds waste time alike"
11:04 PM
@DJMcMayhem @Dennis
> Abandon all work, ye great minds who waste time here
@Adnan Javascript, 26 bytes: n=>(n%2?"/":"\\").repeat(n)
Nice :)
=( @AlexA. isn't pingable anymore
> Great minds abandon time alike
11:07 PM
@flawr D:
@flawr that's so sad. ;_;
@Adnan Javascript, 22 bytes: n=>"/\\"[n%2].repeat(n)
@Adnan Kenny Lau, Pyth 5 bytes: *@"\/
If only * could repeat strings in Javascript.
@Adnan J, 10 bytes: #'\/'{~2|]
@Adnan I don't know if I've ever met someone more competitive.
@Adnan Huh, are you Kenny Lau?
11:10 PM
@Adnan wait how is he talking through you :/
CMC: nth prime
@ConorO'Brien dem secrets ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
@Adnan :/ ok
is leaky your sock
@ConorO'Brien closed: dup
@ConorO'Brien Yes he is
@ReleasingHeliumNuclei I don't care. :P
11:11 PM
@ConorO'Brien Yq
@Adnan No I'm not?
@Doorknob Thanks. Implementing right now, I need to replace some material == VEGGY checks with material == VEGGY || material == STARCH
@ConorO'Brien MATL, 2 bytes: Yq
@flawr ninja'd
11:12 PM
Ninja'd :-P
@ConorO'Brien double ninja'd
Eeeh ninjas
@LuisMendo my function =(
@ReleasingHeliumNuclei you were double ninja'd. >_<
@LuisMendo triple ninja'd
11:12 PM
Ohhh, even the ninja's that ninja'd the ninja's were ninja'd
@flawr True! I didn't remember that. I should have let you answer first :-D
> [you] double ninja'd [me]
user image
@Adnan ninjaception
@ConorO'Brien Oasis, nq.
11:13 PM
@Doorknob By the way, does 300 turns without water sound fair? The way it works right now is more complicated (it's not linear) than that but basically thirst reaches 0 in 275 turns starting from full and when that happens you die within 25 turns so
@ReleasingHeliumNuclei Meta-ninja'd
Unicoed y u no add an ninja emodgi ;_;
@MartinEnder Leaky Nun, Python, 53 bytes: print("3."+"%02d"*100)%tuple(range(14,100)+range(14))
A: Sandbox for Proposed Challenges

Luis MendoRepresent the squareness of a number code-golf math arithmetic integer ascii-art For any positive integer n, let a and b be such that a ≤ b and n = a*b with with b-a minimum. In words, a and b multiplied give n and are as close as possible. It's easy to see that gor every number n there exist ...

11:15 PM
I might change 25 turns to be variable based on constitution like food
Q: The Squiggly Sequence

Leaky NunAll credits to Adnan for coming up with this challenge. My last challenge, before I go on break. Task Given positive integer n, if n is odd, repeat / that many times; if n is even, repeat \ that many times. (Seriously, the testcases would be much clearer than this description, so just look at...

@ConorO'Brien Finally you notice
@LeakyNun I turned SE off on my phone:P
who banned ya?
Somewhat conveniently, all the starches that are currently in the game were in one section in the source (People food)
@NewMainPosts 3 answers so far
11:22 PM
The other veggies were elsewhere
@ConorO'Brien I said "wtf" expanded and got flagged
@LeakyNun really? that's stupid. who flagged that?
You were using the ternary operator to choose the character, no? — Leaky Nun 42 secs ago
@quartata rip pacifist runs
@ConorO'Brien how do I know
11:23 PM
I don't
anyone want to speak up?
^^^^^ Ternary is shorter on C :D
@Doorknob ?
How does water have anything to do with that?
I think it's unlikely that you'll stumble across enough randomly generated potions if the timeout is that low
Oh, I'm adding other ways to get it.
Ah okay
Well then I can't really answer your question without further context :P
11:26 PM
The first way is to apply an empty bottle to a natural patch of water (which I'll increase the spawn rate on)
You can get dysentery from this though (haven't decided the probability) if you don't use a water filter on it
Very nice :D
Why does this not work:
@DJMcMayhem Is that a compliment or criticism?
The other way is a transpiration bag which is very slow but can generate water
Also I'll have a camel pack (which keeps you hydrated as long as it has water in it) and a ring of succulent form (equivalent of ring of slow digestion)
I'm also modifying the starting inventories for all the classes to start with plenty of water.
Well, not plenty. I'm thinking 4-5 bottles.
But definitely enough not to die right away.
@LeakyNun "/\\"[n%2] returns char, puts() expects char*
@ReleasingHeliumNuclei so I just put a wrapper or what
11:31 PM
@LeakyNun you know char* iş string right
@ReleasingHeliumNuclei yeş
:32017070 accidently tapped return
@LeakyNun ;_;
@LeakyNun is this new? what does it do?
@ConorO'Brien I believe it's a 2-char string
@ConorO'Brien it creates a 2-character string literal
it is only documented in the tutorial
11:32 PM
wow, that's pretty nifty
@Adnan the ninja...
@ConorO'Brien I just learnt it today from Dennis
we're all learning today \o/
@LeakyNun char a[]={"/\\"[n%2], '\0'}; puts(a); would work
11:33 PM
@ReleasingHeliumNuclei ok
Why doesn't lambda n: '/\\'[n%2]*n work?
@DanTheMan because it is '\/'?
nvm, it does work
@LeakyNun Thanks - it was a problem I've been meaning to post on PPCG for a while now, but it's a bit annoying to explain so I figured the "infer from test cases" approach of anagol was a bit more suitable here
11:42 PM
@Sp3000 which I did use in my new challenge
You see, you just have to do it properly
Er... "Given positive integer n, if n is odd, repeat / that many times; if n is even, repeat \ that many times." is a pretty succinct explanation if you ask me
Explaining square ice as well as alternating sign matrices in a bulletproof way though... the post gets long pretty quickly
You're FGITW'ing your own challenge? — xnor 1 min ago
Perhaps leave the challenge answers to other people >_>
@LeakyNun TFW when SILOS isn't too longer than C ;_;
@Doorknob Just letting you know that this will in fact be a thing:
@ConorO'Brien it isnt exactly my challenge
11:48 PM
MON("doorknob", S_PIERCER, LVL(15, 12, -3, 60, 0), G_UNIQ
    A(ATTK(AT_BUTT, AD_COLD, 2, 12),
      ATTK(AT_GAZE, AD_PLYS, 0, 0),
@LeakyNun ah
@quartata incredible
@quartata What is this?
I am honored :P
@DanTheMan My strange idea of a joke.
@Doorknob I was going to make you a major demon but that doesn't really fit with the "hides on doors" part
Thankfully there will be only one of these monstrosities
11:50 PM
@Doorknob Are you aware of the GVS? It is quite interesting imo.
@LeakyNun xnot :)
it's a new logic gate
@xnor look again
@LeakyNun Is that the vowel "length" thing?
@Doorknob not sure what you mean, but it is indeed about the long vowels

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