Linked Questions

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Demand for touch support

For interactive questions, how much demand is there to be able to use a purely touchscreen device (no mouse, no physical keyboard). I'm asking thinking of Stack Snippets in questions. Are there any ...
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5answers
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Is my question a duplicate even though it doesn't impose a requirement that the original one did?

I asked a challenge to interpret deadfish here, but it got closed for being a duplicate of a challenge to write an interactive deadfish interpreter here. Is this really a duplicate?
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1answer
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Where should we put robbers?

Just in case you didn't know already, we have a fairly new type of challenge: cops-and-robbers I enjoy these challenges very much, but I don't know if the current format (cops post answers, robbers ...
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2answers
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Did decreasing the amount of rep required for meta cause spam?

On any other site, the Help Center says this: Because we allow anonymous participation, we require a small bit of parent site reputation to prevent spam, and ensure that meta is for active, engaged ...
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2answers
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On-topic to ask for help with an pre-existing code golf challenge from another site?

There is a code golf challenge on a foreign (not related to Stack Exchange) site with which I have a problem. The challenge is designed for Python 3 and has a length limit of 150 characters. I ...
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3answers
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It's time for some Spring Cleaning

I'll cut straight to the point here: We must do something about the Sandbox, and soon The Sandbox recently hit 2000 non-deleted answers (5700 total). That's over 2000 potential challenges festering ...
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2answers
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Add randomization in CnR posts as a loophole?

I want to add a loophole about random stuff in CnR challenges to the standard loophole list, but I have a hard time formulating the post in a way that won't result in a lot of "... but what about xyz?"...
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2answers
336 views

How should a challenge allow floating point imprecision to be ignored?

I wrote a challenge about sampling a probability distribution: Sample the Pareto Distribution This probability distribution is defined over the real numbers. However, submissions do not have access ...
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1answer
201 views

what did I do wrong and how can I improve

why did they put this challenge on hold? How could I have made it clearer? Benjamin has N boxes in his garden with dimension xiyizi each. Because he does not want to let them out and get wet, he ...
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1answer
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Announcing the CodeGolf.SE First Periodic Premier Programming Puzzle Push

This Programming Push has ended ::sigh:: But we may do another in a few weeks or months, and your high quality contributions are always welcome. Whereas The site has suffered from low traffic for ...
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1answer
158 views

Can I make a Sandbox meta post instead of using the normal Sandbox?

My next challenge will rely heavily on Stack Snippets and http://api.stackexchange.com/ to gather data from the answers (similar to this or this). I want to Sandbox it to iron out any kinks, but none ...
11
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1answer
291 views

What should I do with this question?

I recently posted this challenge on codegolf. The idea was simple : reproduce an hexagonal logo, graphically or in ASCII art. At first i thought it would be good enouth to be interessing, but the lack ...
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1answer
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Is PP&CG the right place to ask my question?

Is Programming Puzzles & Code Golf the right place to ask my question: Which programming or description language has the most / least reserved words? The question will have rules to limit the ...
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2answers
127 views

Can I redo my Code Golf?

The Farfallino Alphabet Hello everyone. Because of my cough cough dumbness cough cough I edited my code golf following many complaints in comments and downvotes, thus invalidating like every ...
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2answers
220 views

Can this challenge be made on topic?

I'd like feedback on this challenge I posted which was closed as unclear. Make (a ==1 && a== 2 && a==3) evaluate to true? One issue raised was the vagueness of "reasonably equivalent ...

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