Now I'm curious if I'm one of those 'almost everyone'.
You will be given a link to an answer in the format of
https://codegolf.stackexchange.com/questions/[QUESTION ID]/[QUESTION NAME]/#[ANSWER ID].
Find the length of the code, which we will assume as the last number on the first line (markdown wise) of the answer in the link.
Then, search for Dennis' answers, and do the same.
Now compare the input's and Dennis' answers code length, and if it is out-golfed (meaning one or more answer of Dennis' is shorter than that of the input answer), output a truthy value, and if not, a falsy value.
If there is no answer belonging to Dennis on the same question as the answer, output a falsy value.
- You may use any form of truthy/falsy value.
- The question of the answer you're given will always be code-golf.
The question may not have an answer of Dennis', but the inputted answer will never belong to Dennis.
You may assume there is always a number on the first line of the answer.