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"Hello World"... without letters!
We've already had Hello World with alphanumerics only, so why not write one without letters?
Your task is simple: write a program which prints
Hello, World! (followed by a new line) to standard output, and does not contain letters in its source code.
You may use another suitable output method, if and only if your language does not support standard output.
Your program may not contain any of
in any part of its source code. (Sorry, C/C++/Java...).
You must write a complete program, not just a snippet.
Standard loopholes are banned, as usual. Of course, you can hard-code the output, as long as your format for doing so doesn't use letters!
This is code-golf, so you get one point per byte of source code, and the lowest score wins.
You get a bonus of -300 for not using the digits
However, you get a penalty of +350 for using languages which don't use letters, like Brainfuck or Whitespace.
Brainfuck, JSFuck and other languages which use 16 characters or fewer are scored as 0.5 bytes per character.
Languages which use 4 characters or fewer (e.g. Whitespace) are scored as 0.25 per character.
Good luck! I will upload my solution after a few others have appeared.