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# Vitsy, 6 bytes

<ZR^72


This has a 1 in 36028797018963968 chance of printing the right order of characters per character output with ~10000 characters output a second. This means that, by 3.17 million years from now, you'll almost certainly have seen it.

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# Vitsy, 6 bytes

<ZR^72


This has a 1 in 36028797018963968 chance of printing the right order of characters per character output with ~10000 characters output a second. This means that, by 3.17 million years from now, you'll almost certainly have seen it.

:)

Using a method found here.

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# Vitsy, 6 bytes

<ZR^72


This has a 1 in 36028797018963968 chance of printing the right order of characters per character output with ~10000 characters output a second. This means that, by 3.17 million years from now, you'll almost certainly have seen it.

:)

Using a method found here.

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# Vitsy, 6 bytes

<ZR^72


This has a 1 in 36028797018963968 chance of printing the right order of characters per character output with ~10000 characters output a second. This means that, by 3.17 million years from now, you'll almost certainly have seen it.

:)

Using a method found here.

Try it online!

# Vitsy, 6 bytes

<ZR^72


This has a 1 in 36028797018963968 chance of printing the right order of characters per character output with ~10000 characters output a second. This means that, by 3.17 million years from now, you'll almost certainly have seen it.

:)

Using a method found here.

# Vitsy, 6 bytes

<ZR^72


This has a 1 in 36028797018963968 chance of printing the right order of characters per character output with ~10000 characters output a second. This means that, by 3.17 million years from now, you'll almost certainly have seen it.

:)

Using a method found here.

Try it online!

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# Vitsy, 6 bytes

<ZR^72


This has a 1 in 36028797018963968 chance of printing the right order of characters per character output with ~10000 characters output a second. This means that, by 3.17 million years from now, you'll almost certainly have seen it.

:)

Using a method found here.