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Write more questions As it is with many things the best way to get better is to practice, and question writing is no exceptions. Every time you make an error or a misstep you learn to avoid it. The …
answered Dec 23 '17 by Wheat Wizard
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I made a language called Lost. As a fun programming exercise I tasked myself with making a program that would output the digits 0-9 all with equal probability. This was a difficult task, however I f …
asked Aug 9 '17 by Wheat Wizard
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No, We should update the old one Challenges like the Quine challenge have tons of answers, and most of them are valid. Making a second question would either require all the existing valid answers to …
answered May 21 '17 by Wheat Wizard
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Here's my thoughts First and foremost as mentioned you should try to avoid invalidating any existing answers. I know you were intending not to, but I think it is worth mentioning in case other people …
answered Nov 9 '17 by Wheat Wizard
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No There is absolutely no benefit to restricting a question to users of a certain type. This is would only serve to make users who are not allowed to participate unhappy. However, I do think it is …
answered Aug 2 '17 by Wheat Wizard
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One consistent, and one non-consistent The thing I like about Truthy and Falsy is that often you may do things like output 0 for falsy and everything else for truthy. For example this brain-flak ans …
answered May 8 '17 by Wheat Wizard
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Choose the right size of proof On thing I think is important is that when designing a question you choose a proof that is the right size. A proof that is too small will only have an optimal answer w …
answered Oct 7 '17 by Wheat Wizard
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As you may know a few days ago I asked you guys to prove (-a) × (-a) = a × a in as few steps as possible and it seems to have been more of a success than I had ever imagined. We've had a lot of fun a …
asked Sep 30 '17 by Wheat Wizard
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Build off of people's existing understanding I think one of the big improvements I made between my first and second question was picking something that most people are already intimately familiar wit …
answered Sep 30 '17 by Wheat Wizard
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I don't this cannot be defined in in an objective and satisfactory way. We can talk about the behavior of a program as more memory is added to a computer, or more computing time is given. Since we a …
answered Oct 18 by Wheat Wizard