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In case the title was confusing, I mean something like the following C code:

main(){}znva(){}

When rot13 encoded, the code becomes

znva(){}main(){}

and still runs.

But that isn't a valid answer, because of these rules:

  • Your code must produce output. Code that doesn't produce output is disqualified.
  • The program can't be empty. That's disqualified too.
  • The program must have some letters that are not transformed intocan't be the same or similar to the output and are not ignored. Otherwise, it would be too easyThis means that you can't use Golfscript or PHP.

In a valid answer, the program produces some output without being rot13'd, such as:

Hello, World!

And when the program is rot13'd, the output changes to the following:

Uryyb, Jbeyq!

which is the rot13 of Hello, World!.

Have fun!

In case the title was confusing, I mean something like the following C code:

main(){}znva(){}

When rot13 encoded, the code becomes

znva(){}main(){}

and still runs.

But that isn't a valid answer, because of these rules:

  • Your code must produce output. Code that doesn't produce output is disqualified.
  • The program can't be empty. That's disqualified too.
  • The program must have some letters that are not transformed into output and are not ignored. Otherwise, it would be too easy.

In a valid answer, the program produces some output without being rot13'd, such as:

Hello, World!

And when the program is rot13'd, the output changes to the following:

Uryyb, Jbeyq!

which is the rot13 of Hello, World!.

Have fun!

In case the title was confusing, I mean something like the following C code:

main(){}znva(){}

When rot13 encoded, the code becomes

znva(){}main(){}

and still runs.

But that isn't a valid answer, because of these rules:

  • Your code must produce output. Code that doesn't produce output is disqualified.
  • The program can't be empty. That's disqualified too.
  • The program can't be the same or similar to the output. This means that you can't use Golfscript or PHP.

In a valid answer, the program produces some output without being rot13'd, such as:

Hello, World!

And when the program is rot13'd, the output changes to the following:

Uryyb, Jbeyq!

which is the rot13 of Hello, World!.

Have fun!

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In case the title was confusing, I mean something like the following C code:

main(){}znva(){}

When rot13 encoded, the code becomes

znva(){}main(){}

and still runs.

But that isn't a valid answer, because of these rules:

  • Your code must produce output. Code that doesn't produce output is disqualified.
  • The program can't be empty. That's disqualified too.
  • The program must have some letters that are not transformed into output and are not ignored. Otherwise, it would be too easy.

In a valid answer, the program produces some output without being rot13'd, such as:

Hello, World!

And when the program is rot13'd, the output changes to the following:

Uryyb, Jbeyq!

which is the rot13 of Hello, World!.

Have fun!

In case the title was confusing, I mean something like the following C code:

main(){}znva(){}

When rot13 encoded, the code becomes

znva(){}main(){}

and still runs.

But that isn't a valid answer, because of these rules:

  • Your code must produce output. Code that doesn't produce output is disqualified.
  • The program can't be empty. That's disqualified too.
  • The program must have some letters that are not transformed into output.

In a valid answer, the program produces some output without being rot13'd, such as:

Hello, World!

And when the program is rot13'd, the output changes to the following:

Uryyb, Jbeyq!

which is the rot13 of Hello, World!.

Have fun!

In case the title was confusing, I mean something like the following C code:

main(){}znva(){}

When rot13 encoded, the code becomes

znva(){}main(){}

and still runs.

But that isn't a valid answer, because of these rules:

  • Your code must produce output. Code that doesn't produce output is disqualified.
  • The program can't be empty. That's disqualified too.
  • The program must have some letters that are not transformed into output and are not ignored. Otherwise, it would be too easy.

In a valid answer, the program produces some output without being rot13'd, such as:

Hello, World!

And when the program is rot13'd, the output changes to the following:

Uryyb, Jbeyq!

which is the rot13 of Hello, World!.

Have fun!

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