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Is Chat Great Again?

A perspective from a TST addict I mainly used TST between its creation and its freezing (but TNB before that), so this is a perspective from someone who is mostly a TSTer and not a TNBer (these days): ...
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Is Chat Great Again?

For posterity: Before the freeze, would you say that on-topic messages were being drowned out by "noise" or general conversation? No. If anything, there wasn't enough messages to be ...
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Weave two lists, cycling if necessary code-golf array Consider two lists, A and B. To weave them together, we take the first element of A, then the first element of B, then the next element of A, the ...
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Decompile cops-and-robbers In this challenge "cops" will write a computer program and compile it. They will post the result of the compilation (for simplicity we will just call this the &...
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Using tio.run, how does this C function return a value?

As stated here, a function without a return's return value is undefined. It looks to be in the case of what TIO and many others are using, the return value is the top variable on the stack. See how, <...
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How many cacti can I plant here?
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Implement a 2-player version of 1D Chess
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Fixed Repeating Output Fixed Repeating Output is a challenge originally invented by Esolang user AnotherUser05 which shows that a language supports loops and I/O Challenge A program that solves the ...
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Output a 1-2-3 sequence
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Slice of a generator Given three values [start, end, step], do the slice to a generator. You can choose to use -1 or ~1 to mean the last position, but anyway there must be a way to represent the ...
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Split cell and duplicate content parsingstringcode-golf Input a strict subset of HTML <table> string representation as defined below. Output parsed table, ...
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Lost is a 2-D programming language where the start position and direction of the ip are entirely random. Today we will be writing a Lost program which uses this randomness to simulate a coin flip. A ...
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You're to create a file using a hex editor. Unluckily most of keys on your keyboard are broken. You can: Add a byte you can press at the end of file Add a byte such that, the upper 4 bits hex is a ...
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Bitwise and on 2-adic number TODO: Explain 2-adic number E.g. 0b...001001001 * 0b111 = 0b...1111111 = -1, so 0b...001001001 = -1/7. Given two 2-adic numbers in fraction form, output their bitand ...
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Is it a cartesian product? The cartesian product of two multisets \$A\$ and \$B\$ is multiset list of all ordered pairs consisting of an element of \$A\$ and an element of \$B\$. For example, the ...
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Emulate Jelly's tie-scan
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8-bit AVR integer division Impatience got the better of me
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Complement of a set of ranges Consider a shop that exists for a given range of time. At certain times during the shop's existence items can go on sale. These items will be on sale for at least one ...
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Odds for second smallest prime factor
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Swingin' Four Operations! Before, I found this song which has no meaning other than to combine all the consonants and vowels in the English alphabet. This challenge is similar, however, instead of ...
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