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PlatyPar, 1 byte

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# starts a number, but since no number is found after it, it is substituted with 59 or 61 depending on implementation.

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77^

Prints the result of 7^7, or 823543, which is of length 6.

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PlatyPar, 1 byte

#

# starts a number, but since no number is found after it, it is substituted with 59 or 61 depending on implementation.

Here's a "real" answer:

77^

Prints the result of 7^7, or 823543, which is of length 6.

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PlatyPar, 1 byte

#

# starts a number, but since no number is found after it, it is substituted with 59. Here's a "real" answer:

77^

Prints the result of 7^7, or 823543, which is of length 6.

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PlatyPar, 3 bytes1 byte

#

# starts a number, but since no number is found after it, it is substituted with 59 or 61 depending on implementation.

Here's a "real" answer:

77^

Prints the result of 7^7, or 823543, which is of length 6.

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PlatyPar, 3 bytes

77^

Prints the result of 7^7, or 823543, which is of length 6.

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PlatyPar, 1 byte

#

# starts a number, but since no number is found after it, it is substituted with 59 or 61 depending on implementation.

Here's a "real" answer:

77^

Prints the result of 7^7, or 823543, which is of length 6.

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PlatyPar, 3 bytes

77^

Prints the result of 7 to the power of seven7^7, or 823543, which is of length 6.

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PlatyPar, 3 bytes

77^

Prints the result of 7 to the power of seven, or 823543, which is of length 6.

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PlatyPar, 3 bytes

77^

Prints the result of 7^7, or 823543, which is of length 6.

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