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- Avoid useless edit about byte count 1 answer
In code-golf submissions, people often like to show how they golfed their program down, striking out the previous byte counts and leaving the current one unformatted. I've seen this done two ways.
The more popular one:
78 75 60 54 48 bytes
The less popular one:
54 60 75 78 bytes
I think the first one makes more sense, because you're writing the byte count next to the word "bytes". Is there a standard? Which should we use?