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12:03 AM
@flawr Two more bytes off with (n,a,(b,c))<-lines"Gas Giant\nIce\nIce Giant\nGaia class\nDense Atmosphere\nDesert\nIron\nLava"`zip3`[4,4,4,5,7,7,7,10]$zip[9,6,6,7,9,10,10,11][‌​15,10,10,10,10,25,14,6].
 
12:35 AM
@flawr what you said about zip3...zip, that it was already suggested by @Laikoni - I didn't see that suggestion before. it indeed shortens it by 3 bytes.
 
 
1 hour later…
1:56 AM
!!\ eval zip4"why""not""this""one"
hm that was the wrong syntax
||\ eval zip4"why""not""this""one"
...sigh...
Why don't you use the same syntax as lambdabot on freenode? Also, is it even here...
 
2:20 AM
!\\ eval "was this it"
Oh wait, never mind, I'm stupid, I tested zip4 on my own laptop while I had Data.List indirectly imported.
 
 
8 hours later…
10:03 AM
Can any amount of characters of the following program be removed and it still prints "Code Bowling"?
putStr$toEnum(length"!#%&'*+,-./012345789;<=>?@ADGHIJKLMNOPQRTUVWXYZ[]^_`abcfjkqsvyz{|}~"):"ode B\x6Fwling"
Context is this challenge.
 
 
13 hours later…
11:28 PM
@Laikoni clever:)
 
For some reason I tried more complicated stuff back when I wrote the answer (nearly a year ago) like
putStr((toEnum$sum(map fromEnum"!#%&'*+,./;<=>?@ADFGHIJKLMNOPQRTUVWXYZ[]^_`bchjkqvxyz{|}~95")-4621):"ode Bowling")
But those were found to be reducible by Leo, and for some reason I didn't think of the actually easier way of just taking the length of the string back then.
 

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