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Using built-in functions to do the work

Mathematica is a big one for this, with Fibonacci[n] to calculate the n'thn'th Fibonacci number.... I have no objection to these being posted as a side note within the main answer though - that is interesting and helps me learn different languages capabilities.

Another one that encounters this more often than most is with Assembly, especially with questions requiring bitwise-related operations, such as ARM's rbit reversing the bits in place or Haswell's pext to extract bits according to a mask.

Using built-in functions to do the work

Mathematica is a big one for this, with Fibonacci[n] to calculate the n'th Fibonacci number.... I have no objection to these being posted as a side note within the main answer though - that is interesting and helps me learn different languages capabilities.

Another one that encounters this more often than most is with Assembly, especially with questions requiring bitwise-related operations, such as ARM's rbit reversing the bits in place or Haswell's pext to extract bits according to a mask.

Using built-in functions to do the work

Mathematica is a big one for this, with Fibonacci[n] to calculate the n'th Fibonacci number.... I have no objection to these being posted as a side note within the main answer though - that is interesting and helps me learn different languages capabilities.

Another one that encounters this more often than most is with Assembly, especially with questions requiring bitwise-related operations, such as ARM's rbit reversing the bits in place or Haswell's pext to extract bits according to a mask.

2 include assembly - it has its moments
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Using built-in functions to do the work

Mathematica is a big one for this, with Fibonacci[n] to calculate the n'th Fibonacci number.... I have no objection to these being posted as a side note within the main answer though - that is interesting and helps me learn different languages capabilities.

Another one that encounters this more often than most is with Assembly, especially with questions requiring bitwise-related operations, such as ARM's rbit reversing the bits in place or Haswell's pext to extract bits according to a mask.

Using built-in functions to do the work

Mathematica is a big one for this, with Fibonacci[n] to calculate the n'th Fibonacci number.... I have no objection to these being posted as a side note within the main answer though - that is interesting and helps me learn different languages capabilities.

Using built-in functions to do the work

Mathematica is a big one for this, with Fibonacci[n] to calculate the n'th Fibonacci number.... I have no objection to these being posted as a side note within the main answer though - that is interesting and helps me learn different languages capabilities.

Another one that encounters this more often than most is with Assembly, especially with questions requiring bitwise-related operations, such as ARM's rbit reversing the bits in place or Haswell's pext to extract bits according to a mask.

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Using built-in functions to do the work

Mathematica is a big one for this, with Fibonacci[n] to calculate the n'th Fibonacci number.... I have no objection to these being posted as a side note within the main answer though - that is interesting and helps me learn different languages capabilities.