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Japt, 13 bytes (Cracked)

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p#A000012uCnG

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A000012


Explanation

# followed by a character in Japt gives us the charcode of that character, so #A=65, which the rest of the number then gets appended to, giving us 65000012 or 65000290.

u is the modulo method (it differs from % in that it will always return a positive number).

The n method subtracts the number it is applied to from the number passed to it. C and G are the Japt constants for 11 & 15, respectively. So, CnG gives us 4.

We now have 65000012%4=0 and 65000290%4=2. The p method raises the number it's applied to (in this case that is, implicitly, the input integer U) to the power of the number passed to it, giving us the 2 final formulas of U**0 and U**2.

Japt, 13 bytes (Cracked)

p#A000012uCnG

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A000012


Explanation

# followed by a character in Japt gives us the charcode of that character, so #A=65, which the rest of the number then gets appended to, giving us 65000012 or 65000290.

u is the modulo method (it differs from % in that it will always return a positive number).

The n method subtracts the number it is applied to from the number passed to it. C and G are the Japt constants for 11 & 15, respectively. So, CnG gives us 4.

We now have 65000012%4=0 and 65000290%4=2. The p method raises the number it's applied to (in this case that is, implicitly, the input integer U) to the power of the number passed to it, giving us the 2 final formulas of U**0 and U**2.

Japt, 13 bytes (Cracked)

There is (at least) one other solution, if anyone else wants to take a stab at it.

p#A000012uCnG

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A000012


Explanation

# followed by a character in Japt gives us the charcode of that character, so #A=65, which the rest of the number then gets appended to, giving us 65000012 or 65000290.

u is the modulo method (it differs from % in that it will always return a positive number).

The n method subtracts the number it is applied to from the number passed to it. C and G are the Japt constants for 11 & 15, respectively. So, CnG gives us 4.

We now have 65000012%4=0 and 65000290%4=2. The p method raises the number it's applied to (in this case that is, implicitly, the input integer U) to the power of the number passed to it, giving us the 2 final formulas of U**0 and U**2.

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Japt, 13 bytes (Cracked)

p#A000012uCnG

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A000012


Explanation

# followed by a character in Japt gives us the charcode of that character, so #A=65, which the rest of the number then gets appended to, giving us 65000012 or 65000290.

u is the modulo method (it differs from % in that it will always return a positive number).

The n method subtracts the number it is applied to from the number passed to it. C and G are the Japt constants for 11 & 15, respectively. So, CnG gives us 4.

We now have 65000012%4=0 and 65000290%4=2. The p method raises the number it's applied to (in this case that is, implicitly, the input integer U) to the power of the number passed to it, giving us the 2 final formulas of U**0 and U**2.

Japt, 13 bytes (Cracked)

p#A000012uCnG

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A000012

Japt, 13 bytes (Cracked)

p#A000012uCnG

Try it online
A000012


Explanation

# followed by a character in Japt gives us the charcode of that character, so #A=65, which the rest of the number then gets appended to, giving us 65000012 or 65000290.

u is the modulo method (it differs from % in that it will always return a positive number).

The n method subtracts the number it is applied to from the number passed to it. C and G are the Japt constants for 11 & 15, respectively. So, CnG gives us 4.

We now have 65000012%4=0 and 65000290%4=2. The p method raises the number it's applied to (in this case that is, implicitly, the input integer U) to the power of the number passed to it, giving us the 2 final formulas of U**0 and U**2.

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Japt, 13 bytes (Cracked)

p#A000012uCnG

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A000012

Japt, 13 bytes

p#A000012uCnG

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A000012

Japt, 13 bytes (Cracked)

p#A000012uCnG

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A000012

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