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Non-language-specific KotHs were actually pretty common up until a few years ago. Their popularity has decreased because it's easier to just use JS, Python, or Java, and most people will be familiar enough with those languages to write a bot. If you do want to make a language specific KotH, as HN suggested, you can use STDIO to allow your controller to ...


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Re. your title. Should you? That's up to you. Non-language-specific KoTH challenges are of course more accessible to more users, but harder to do. Can you? Yes. One way to do it is to interface with the program via standard input/output, instead of calling functions or interfacing with a module. It's potentially slower and you have to deal with using text I/...


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