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><>, 46 43 35 + 4 for  -s= = 39 bytes

0&l?!v:3%?\&:n1+$o!
+nf0.>&n; >l&:@

This is an implementation of xnor's algorithmxnor's algorithm in ><>.

It takes the input string on the stack (-s flag with the standard interpreter).

You can try it out on the online interpreter.

><>, 46 43 35 + 4 for  -s= = 39 bytes

0&l?!v:3%?\&:n1+$o!
+nf0.>&n; >l&:@

This is an implementation of xnor's algorithm in ><>.

It takes the input string on the stack (-s flag with the standard interpreter).

You can try it out on the online interpreter.

><>, 46 43 35 + 4 for  -s= = 39 bytes

0&l?!v:3%?\&:n1+$o!
+nf0.>&n; >l&:@

This is an implementation of xnor's algorithm in ><>.

It takes the input string on the stack (-s flag with the standard interpreter).

You can try it out on the online interpreter.

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><>, 46 43 3735 + 4 for  -s= = 4139 bytes

0&l?!v:3%?\&:n1+$o!
f0+nf0.  >&n; >l&:@+n@

This is an implementation of xnor's algorithm in ><>.

It takes the input string on the stack (-s flag with the standard interpreter).

You can try it out on the online interpreter.

><>, 46 43 37 + 4 for  -s= = 41 bytes

0&l?!v:3%?\&:n1+$o!
f0.  >&n; >l&:@+n

This is an implementation of xnor's algorithm in ><>.

It takes the input string on the stack (-s flag with the standard interpreter).

You can try it out on the online interpreter.

><>, 46 43 35 + 4 for  -s= = 39 bytes

0&l?!v:3%?\&:n1+$o!
+nf0.>&n; >l&:@

This is an implementation of xnor's algorithm in ><>.

It takes the input string on the stack (-s flag with the standard interpreter).

You can try it out on the online interpreter.

4 added 6 characters in body
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><>, 46 4343 37 + 4 for  -s= = 4741 bytes

0&l?!v:f4*=3%?\l&\&:@+n$on1+$o!
00f0.  >&n;   >&>l&:n1+$o@+n

This is an implementation of xnor's algorithm in ><>.

It takes the input string on the stack (-s flag with the standard interpreter).

You can try it out on the online interpreter.

><>, 46 43 + 4 for  -s= = 47 bytes

0&l?!v:f4*=?\l&:@+n$o!
00.  >&n;   >&:n1+$o

This is an implementation of xnor's algorithm in ><>.

It takes the input string on the stack (-s flag with the standard interpreter).

You can try it out on the online interpreter.

><>, 46 43 37 + 4 for  -s= = 41 bytes

0&l?!v:3%?\&:n1+$o!
f0.  >&n; >l&:@+n

This is an implementation of xnor's algorithm in ><>.

It takes the input string on the stack (-s flag with the standard interpreter).

You can try it out on the online interpreter.

3 -s, not -v
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