Kamila Szewczyk
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Default for Code Golf: Input/Output methods
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Floating point numbers may be represented as fractions. For example, instead of literal 0.5 or "0.5", the program can return "1/2" or [1,2]. It's especially useful for languages without out-of-the-...

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Sandbox for Proposed Challenges
3 votes

Will this simplified befunge-93 program terminate? code-golf decision-problem The challenge today is to solve the halting problem for simplified befunge-93. Simplified befunge-93 has exactly four ...

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Advocate languages to golf in
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Malbolge Malbolge is a truly amazing language. Programs written in Malbolge are very, very, very impressive. Most of people when hearing Malbolge either have a devil in front of their eyes, or never ...

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What to count in assembly?
Accepted answer
1 votes

It's up to you! Some of my assembly answers are provided as instruction listings, because the assembly IR / target code is larger than the mnemonic size. For x86, it's usually the best idea to provide ...

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Ethics of Golfing in Assembly or other extremely uncommon languages
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Submission in obscure language that is very probably hard to program is worth more than any other golfed submission in programming language made specifically for golfing, because there was so much ...

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Sandbox for Proposed Challenges
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A malbolge interpreter The challenge today is to write a Malbolge interpreter. Specification Malbolge '98, Ben Olmstead I hereby relenquish any and all copyright on this language, documentation, ...

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