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PHP / Brainf*ck, 31+231 bytes

+2 usingusing the -r flag,

PHP sees die(abc) and a comment, and since the compiler is forgiving, it outputs abc as a string instead of an empty variable.

Brainf*ck only sees the instruction characters, and the rest is seen as comments.

die(abc);#--[----->+<]>---.-.-.


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PHP / Brainf*ck, 31+2 bytes

+2 using the -r flag,

PHP sees die(abc) and a comment, and since the compiler is forgiving, it outputs abc as a string instead of an empty variable.

Brainf*ck only sees the instruction characters, and the rest is seen as comments.

die(abc);#--[----->+<]>---.-.-.


Try it online! (PHP)

Try it online! (Brainf*ck)

PHP / Brainf*ck, 31 bytes

using the -r flag,

PHP sees die(abc) and a comment, and since the compiler is forgiving, it outputs abc as a string instead of an empty variable.

Brainf*ck only sees the instruction characters, and the rest is seen as comments.

die(abc);#--[----->+<]>---.-.-.


Try it online! (PHP)

Try it online! (Brainf*ck)

2 I'm a mess

PHPand/ Brainf*ck, 31+2 bytes

+2 using the -r flag,

PHP sees die(abc) and a comment, and since the compiler is forgiving, it outputs abc as a string instead of an empty variable.

Brainf*ck only sees the instruction characters, and the rest is seen as comments.

die(abc);#--[----->+<]>---.-.-.


Try it online! (PHP)

Try it online! (Brainf*ck)

PHPand Brainf*ck, 31+2 bytes

+2 using the -r flag,

PHP sees die(abc) and a comment, and since the compiler is forgiving, it outputs abc as a string instead of an empty variable.

Brainf*ck only sees the instruction characters, and the rest is seen as comments.

die(abc);#--[----->+<]>---.-.-.


Try it online! (PHP)

Try it online! (Brainf*ck)

PHP/ Brainf*ck, 31+2 bytes

+2 using the -r flag,

PHP sees die(abc) and a comment, and since the compiler is forgiving, it outputs abc as a string instead of an empty variable.

Brainf*ck only sees the instruction characters, and the rest is seen as comments.

die(abc);#--[----->+<]>---.-.-.


Try it online! (PHP)

Try it online! (Brainf*ck)

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PHP and Brainf*ck, 31+2 bytes

+2 using the -r flag,

PHP sees die(abc) and a comment, and since the compiler is forgiving, it outputs abc as a string instead of an empty variable.

Brainf*ck only sees the instruction characters, and the rest is seen as comments.

die(abc);#--[----->+<]>---.-.-.


Try it online! (PHP)

Try it online! (Brainf*ck)