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Yes... But only for challenges that relate specifically to features unique to Minecraft, and not challenges that were inspired by Minecraft/Minecraft features Minecraft has a system of commands, as well as a method of mimicking electrical circuits via redstone. Through these, Minecraft is (close to) Turing complete, and we have answers on the site written in ...


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No. For similar reasons to how we declined the creation of an xkcd tag, there is no real classification that arises from having a minecraft tag. Just looking at the three challenges you linked, one is a parsing / string (YAML to JSON converter) challenge, one is a KC (compression) challenge, and one is a 2D string/grid scanning challenge, and the other ones ...


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Yes I think this would be a useful thing to have. As outlined in the question, this isn't fully covered by lambda-calculus, and is to functional-programming what calculus (for example) is to math. Additionally, as the example programs are split across 3 different search terms (at least), this isn't something that can be easily grouped with a single search ...


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Merge + synonymize challenges into questions, keep the sub-tags I've taken a look at all of the challenges questions, and in my opinion all of them a) could or even should be put under questions because they apply to all questions (including things like tips), not just challenges; or b) are classified more precisely by another tag and so the distinction ...


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We now have the error-message tag, which covers this in a much more objective way than error


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answer-chaining: Each answer influences how newer answers work. Often ends when there are no new answer in a specific time and the last one wins. See What answer-chaining scoring criteria promote collaboration? for more. ast-golf: The answer with the fewest nodes on its abstract syntax tree wins. atomic-code-golf: Challenge with limited amounts of commands ...


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