Cops & Robbers, the ultimate 1-up.
This is a cops and robbers game.
Hello, cops. you've just solved a Code Golf challenge on the stack exchange website. How wonderful. You go to post your answer, and soon after a robber comes and beats you by 1! How infuriating!
Produce two programs.
The first program can be in any language, of any length, and cannot use default loopholes. it does one thing: Prints out a number.
The second program must use the same language as the first, must use less bytes than the first, and CAN use forbidden loopholes. The second program must print out a number which is equal to 1+ the output of your first program
post your first program and wait 7 days. If someone cracks your program within those seven days by robbing you, please edit your answer to include [cracked] in the header. If your program is not cracked, you can edit [safe] in the header.
Hello, robbers. You're sneaky and looking for ways to win a golf, even if it's underhanded. You see that a cop has posted a golf for a decent score, and decide to take the lead from them.
Your task is to take a cop's answer, and beat it. Your program must use less bytes than the cop's answer and print out a number equal to only 1+ the cop's answer. You're program must also be in the same language as the cop's answer. You may use underhanded tricks and loopholes to solve the challenge. Once you complete this, you may post your solution and let the cop know they've been beat.
Example I Os
correct: NO! (alternative symbols for '+' are not allowed)
correct: Yes! (evals to 17)
correct: NO! (output must be exact).
robber: "1+ the cop's answer" [OR] "a number equal to only 1+ the cop's answer"
correct: NO! (smartassery is not a loophole)
correct: NO! (16.001+1 <> 17)
EXCLUSIONS: you may use any underhanded trick / loophole you want, BUT your output must match the description exactly. no new line. no trailing space.
The following loopholes are still forbidden: