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Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

Attempt This Online Note: I (pxeger) am the author and maintainer of ATO ATO was originally conceived as a replacement for the increasingly out-of-date Try It Online. You can find it at ...
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Is it permitted to upvote only to test submissions?

Absolutely not In general Targeted upvoting – i.e., upvoting because of the poster instead of the post itself – is forbidden on the entire network and can have unpleasant consequences both for the ...
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Installation and testing instructions for specific programming languages

Minecraft (Java Edition) Create a Mojang account at https://minecraft.net/store/minecraft/#register Download the Minecraft launcher from https://minecraft.net/download/ Login with your account and ...
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What do we do with an abandoned challenge that requires the author's participation?

Nothing Challenges of this type are usually only maintained for a short time. Authors stop scoring new submissions after a while, new submissions can still be posted but they can't be officially ...
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Test cases are missing on a [test-battery] challenge

What should I do with my answer? The real question is, what should we do with the challenge? If new answers cannot be scored anymore because some outside resource became unavailable, I see only two ...
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Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

Do Stuff Online DSO is an online interpreter service I made that runs entirely in your browser. It's a complete work in progress, and mostly runs JS-based languages although I've managed to get some ...
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Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

Anarchy Golf Anarchy Golf performance checker (link: http://golf.shinh.org/check.rb). It lets you run programs in those 111 languages: (sorry, the list takes up quite a lot of screen space) Most ...
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Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

Rust The rust playground offers a nice editor with syntax highlighting and lets you choose between different compiler versions. You can also use the top 100 most downloaded crates from crates.io (...
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Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

QBasic 1.1 at Archive.org Real QBasic--sound, graphics, everything--running in DOSBox, available in your browser. Caveats: there's no copy-and-paste, so you have to type your code by hand, and I haven'...
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Installation and testing instructions for specific programming languages

PowerShell PowerShell is open-sourced and available on Linux in addition to the usual Windows flavors. GitHub link Learning PowerShell Package install instructions for Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 16.04,...
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Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

Scastie Scastie is a free, no-account-required sandbox for running Scala code. It's particularly good for testing short snippets, since code doesn't need to be contained in a class/object or method. ...
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Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

.NETFiddle If most of the time, I will use Tio for .NET snippet. It is good to know about .NETFiddle. .NETFiddle supports C#, F# and VB. .NETFiddle compiles with .NET 4.5 or Roslyn 2.0 .NETFiddle ...
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Where to find an online testing environment for specific programming languages?

Chicken The language's homepage has an interpreter built-in.

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