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GolfScript, 120 / 120 bytes = 100%

{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT

or, in ROT-47:

LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%

No comments or string abuse. The undefined command LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT (which equals the rest of the code in ROT-47) is a no-op, but it still gets executed by the interpreter, so I believe it counts as used.

This was actually a pretty easy challenge in GolfScript. The main difficulty was in avoiding the digit 1, which is mapped by ROT-47 into the GolfScript command `. The commands ., -, ,, \, [, /, ] and ^ also had to be avoided, but that was fairly easy in this case, since the task required no array building.

Bonus:

Here's a GolfScript period-2 quineperiod-2 quine (i.e. a program that prints a second program that prints the first program again) where the two programs are the ROT-47 transforms of each other:

{`'0$~'+.{7+7+94%33+}%@!{0$@@;}*}0$~L1V_SOVZ]LfZfZhcTbbZNToPL_SoojNYN_SO

This program outputs itself ROT-47 encoded, yielding another GolfScript program:

L1V_SOVZ]LfZfZhcTbbZNToPL_SoojNYN_SO{`'0$~'+.{7+7+94%33+}%@!{0$@@;}*}0$~

which, in turn, also outputs itself ROT-47 encoded, yielding the previous program again. Thus, this program is also a rotating quinerotating quine.

GolfScript, 120 / 120 bytes = 100%

{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT

or, in ROT-47:

LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%

No comments or string abuse. The undefined command LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT (which equals the rest of the code in ROT-47) is a no-op, but it still gets executed by the interpreter, so I believe it counts as used.

This was actually a pretty easy challenge in GolfScript. The main difficulty was in avoiding the digit 1, which is mapped by ROT-47 into the GolfScript command `. The commands ., -, ,, \, [, /, ] and ^ also had to be avoided, but that was fairly easy in this case, since the task required no array building.

Bonus:

Here's a GolfScript period-2 quine (i.e. a program that prints a second program that prints the first program again) where the two programs are the ROT-47 transforms of each other:

{`'0$~'+.{7+7+94%33+}%@!{0$@@;}*}0$~L1V_SOVZ]LfZfZhcTbbZNToPL_SoojNYN_SO

This program outputs itself ROT-47 encoded, yielding another GolfScript program:

L1V_SOVZ]LfZfZhcTbbZNToPL_SoojNYN_SO{`'0$~'+.{7+7+94%33+}%@!{0$@@;}*}0$~

which, in turn, also outputs itself ROT-47 encoded, yielding the previous program again. Thus, this program is also a rotating quine.

GolfScript, 120 / 120 bytes = 100%

{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT

or, in ROT-47:

LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%

No comments or string abuse. The undefined command LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT (which equals the rest of the code in ROT-47) is a no-op, but it still gets executed by the interpreter, so I believe it counts as used.

This was actually a pretty easy challenge in GolfScript. The main difficulty was in avoiding the digit 1, which is mapped by ROT-47 into the GolfScript command `. The commands ., -, ,, \, [, /, ] and ^ also had to be avoided, but that was fairly easy in this case, since the task required no array building.

Bonus:

Here's a GolfScript period-2 quine (i.e. a program that prints a second program that prints the first program again) where the two programs are the ROT-47 transforms of each other:

{`'0$~'+.{7+7+94%33+}%@!{0$@@;}*}0$~L1V_SOVZ]LfZfZhcTbbZNToPL_SoojNYN_SO

This program outputs itself ROT-47 encoded, yielding another GolfScript program:

L1V_SOVZ]LfZfZhcTbbZNToPL_SoojNYN_SO{`'0$~'+.{7+7+94%33+}%@!{0$@@;}*}0$~

which, in turn, also outputs itself ROT-47 encoded, yielding the previous program again. Thus, this program is also a rotating quine.

3 added 536 characters in body
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GolfScript, 120 / 120 bytes = 100%

{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT

or, in ROT-47:

LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%

No comments or string abuse. The undefined command LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT (which equals the rest of the code in ROT-47) is a no-op, but it still gets executed by the interpreter, so I believe it counts as used.

This was actually a pretty easy challenge in GolfScript. The main difficulty was in avoiding the digit 1, which is mapped by ROT-47 into the GolfScript command `. The commands ., -, ,, \, [, /, ] and ^ also had to be avoided, but that was fairly easy in this case, since the task required no array building.

Bonus:

Here's a period-2 GolfScript quineperiod-2 quine (i.e. a program that prints a second program that prints the first program again) where the two programs are the ROT-47 transforms of each other:

{`'0$~'+.{7+7+94%33+}%@!{0$@@;}*}0$~L1V_SOVZ]LfZfZhcTbbZNToPL_SoojNYN_SO

This program outputs itself ROT-47 encoded, yielding another GolfScript program:

L1V_SOVZ]LfZfZhcTbbZNToPL_SoojNYN_SO{`'0$~'+.{7+7+94%33+}%@!{0$@@;}*}0$~

which, in turn, also outputs itself ROT-47 encoded, yielding the previous program again. Thus, this program is also a rotating quine.

GolfScript, 120 / 120 bytes = 100%

{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT

or, in ROT-47:

LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%

No comments or string abuse. The undefined command LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT (which equals the rest of the code in ROT-47) is a no-op, but it still gets executed by the interpreter, so I believe it counts as used.

This was actually a pretty easy challenge in GolfScript. The main difficulty was in avoiding the digit 1, which is mapped by ROT-47 into the GolfScript command `. The commands ., -, ,, \, [, /, ] and ^ also had to be avoided, but that was fairly easy in this case, since the task required no array building.

Bonus:

Here's a period-2 GolfScript quine (i.e. a program that prints a second program that prints the first program again) where the two programs are the ROT-47 transforms of each other:

{`'0$~'+.{7+7+94%33+}%@!{0$@@;}*}0$~L1V_SOVZ]LfZfZhcTbbZNToPL_SoojNYN_SO

This program outputs itself ROT-47 encoded, yielding another GolfScript program:

L1V_SOVZ]LfZfZhcTbbZNToPL_SoojNYN_SO{`'0$~'+.{7+7+94%33+}%@!{0$@@;}*}0$~

which, in turn, also outputs itself ROT-47 encoded, yielding the previous program again.

GolfScript, 120 / 120 bytes = 100%

{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT

or, in ROT-47:

LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%

No comments or string abuse. The undefined command LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT (which equals the rest of the code in ROT-47) is a no-op, but it still gets executed by the interpreter, so I believe it counts as used.

This was actually a pretty easy challenge in GolfScript. The main difficulty was in avoiding the digit 1, which is mapped by ROT-47 into the GolfScript command `. The commands ., -, ,, \, [, /, ] and ^ also had to be avoided, but that was fairly easy in this case, since the task required no array building.

Bonus:

Here's a GolfScript period-2 quine (i.e. a program that prints a second program that prints the first program again) where the two programs are the ROT-47 transforms of each other:

{`'0$~'+.{7+7+94%33+}%@!{0$@@;}*}0$~L1V_SOVZ]LfZfZhcTbbZNToPL_SoojNYN_SO

This program outputs itself ROT-47 encoded, yielding another GolfScript program:

L1V_SOVZ]LfZfZhcTbbZNToPL_SoojNYN_SO{`'0$~'+.{7+7+94%33+}%@!{0$@@;}*}0$~

which, in turn, also outputs itself ROT-47 encoded, yielding the previous program again. Thus, this program is also a rotating quine.

2 added 536 characters in body
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GolfScript, 60120 / 60120 bytes = 100%

{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT

or, in ROT-47:

LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%

No comments or string abuse. The undefined command LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT (which equals the rest of the code in ROT-47) is a no-op, but it still gets executed by the interpreter, so I believe it counts as used.

This was actually a pretty easy challenge in GolfScript. The main difficulty was in avoiding the digit 1, which is mapped by ROT-47 into the GolfScript command `. The commands ., -, ,, \, [, /, ] and ^ also had to be avoided, but that was fairly easy in this case, since the task required no array building.

Bonus:

Here's a period-2 GolfScript quine (i.e. a program that prints a second program that prints the first program again) where the two programs are the ROT-47 transforms of each other:

{`'0$~'+.{7+7+94%33+}%@!{0$@@;}*}0$~L1V_SOVZ]LfZfZhcTbbZNToPL_SoojNYN_SO

This program outputs itself ROT-47 encoded, yielding another GolfScript program:

L1V_SOVZ]LfZfZhcTbbZNToPL_SoojNYN_SO{`'0$~'+.{7+7+94%33+}%@!{0$@@;}*}0$~

which, in turn, also outputs itself ROT-47 encoded, yielding the previous program again.

GolfScript, 60 / 60 bytes = 100%

{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT

or, in ROT-47:

LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%

No comments or string abuse. The undefined command LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT (which equals the rest of the code in ROT-47) is a no-op, but it still gets executed by the interpreter, so I believe it counts as used.

This was actually a pretty easy challenge in GolfScript. The main difficulty was in avoiding the digit 1, which is mapped by ROT-47 into the GolfScript command `. The commands ., -, ,, \, [, /, ] and ^ also had to be avoided, but that was fairly easy in this case, since the task required no array building.

GolfScript, 120 / 120 bytes = 100%

{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT

or, in ROT-47:

LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT{:&&32>&&+254<*{7+7+94%33+}*}%

No comments or string abuse. The undefined command LiUUbamUUZadckYLfZfZhcTbbZNYNT (which equals the rest of the code in ROT-47) is a no-op, but it still gets executed by the interpreter, so I believe it counts as used.

This was actually a pretty easy challenge in GolfScript. The main difficulty was in avoiding the digit 1, which is mapped by ROT-47 into the GolfScript command `. The commands ., -, ,, \, [, /, ] and ^ also had to be avoided, but that was fairly easy in this case, since the task required no array building.

Bonus:

Here's a period-2 GolfScript quine (i.e. a program that prints a second program that prints the first program again) where the two programs are the ROT-47 transforms of each other:

{`'0$~'+.{7+7+94%33+}%@!{0$@@;}*}0$~L1V_SOVZ]LfZfZhcTbbZNToPL_SoojNYN_SO

This program outputs itself ROT-47 encoded, yielding another GolfScript program:

L1V_SOVZ]LfZfZhcTbbZNToPL_SoojNYN_SO{`'0$~'+.{7+7+94%33+}%@!{0$@@;}*}0$~

which, in turn, also outputs itself ROT-47 encoded, yielding the previous program again.

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