I am trying to figure out how to write a good question. I have found that there are basically
3 2 types of acceptable answers (really only probably 1 as of today):
- Playing a game.
- Shortest in x language.
I was wondering though if it would be acceptable to limit it to a specific language, and limit it to only the core language primitives. In x86 assembly, this would mean not calling to external libraries with
By doing so, the winning condition can be the fewest instructions or statements (statements would need to be defined for each language). Instructions is already clearly defined for Assembly. There is an actual number associated with the amount of primitive constructs used, which could be the score.