# HyperNeutrino is back!

Today, @HyperNeutrino succeeded merging his two accounts, and finally got the reputation he lost back. Now, it's time to celebrate! Your task is to output this exact text:

                /\
/  \
/    \
/      \
/        \
/          \
/            \
/              \
/                \
/                  \
/                    \
/                      \
/                        \
/                          \
/                            \
/                              \
/                                \
|                                |
|                                |
|  @HyperNeutrino Welcome back!  |
|                                |
|                                |
\                                /
\                              /
\                            /
\                          /
\                        /
\                      /
\                    /
\                  /
\                /
\              /
\            /
\          /
\        /
\      /
\    /
\  /
\/


## Rules:

• Your program must not take input.

• The output must be exactly as shown above.

• Trailing and leading spaces / newlines are allowed.

• Defaults Loopholes apply.

• You can provide output by any standard method.

• This is a celebration, hence the shortest code in each language wins! Have fun!

• I would really like to hear some feedback from the downvoters. – Mr. Xcoder Jun 23 '17 at 17:44
• There was a "display a welcome" challenge that was just a few days ago, and this is pretty similar which might be why downvotes? This one is way bigger though – nmjcman101 Jun 23 '17 at 17:48
• I didn't downvote, but anyone who doesn't know HyperNeutrino might view this as too "inside baseball" or even perhaps self-serving (if they thought you were talking about your own alt account or something). – BradC Jun 23 '17 at 18:12
• I think this doesn't add much to existing ASCII art challenges. Lines of slashes, mirror symmetry, and inserting text are all overdone. And the image feels pretty arbitrary. Why is it a diamond with the dull points cut off? Something like HyperNeutrino's profile icon would have been more thematic. – xnor Jun 23 '17 at 18:36
• I did not downvote this, but personally I think that this isn't particularly an interesting challenge (sorry if I sound very unappreciative; I do appreciate your welcoming me back :D). I agree with @xnor that drawing ASCII-art of my profile might a) be more symbolic of me, b) be more interesting, and c) add more to other ASCII-art challenges. – HyperNeutrino Jun 23 '17 at 18:38

# Charcoal, 40 bytes

↑³↗¹⁷‖Ｍ‖Ｂ↓Ｊ³¦⁰“]‹baiE_ν﹪↓➙ZＫξη¢:Ａgλ⁸%I”


Try it online! Link is to verbose version of code.

• Explanation please. – CalculatorFeline Jun 23 '17 at 18:49
• @CalculatorFeline: This is very readable: ↑³ draws a line up 3, then ↗¹⁷ draws a diagonal line. ‖Ｍ reflects horizontally while ‖Ｂ↓ reflects vertically (and doesn't copy the axis). Ｊ³¦⁰ jumps to the start of the text and the rest is a compressed string which is implicitly printed. – Neil Jun 23 '17 at 18:53

# 05AB1E, 877881 79 bytes

-9 bytes because of dictionary compression

+2 bytes because "back" isn't capitalized

-2 bytes because of "mirroring"

17F'/16N-úðN×«∞}'|D32ú«D”|  @HyperNeutrino‡Ý back!  |”'|D32ú«D17F'\Núð16N-×«∞}»


Try it online!

## Explanation (split into parts)

Produces the "triangle" at the top

17F            # for N in 0 .. 16
'/          # push a forward slash
16N-      # 16 - N
ú     # put 16 - N spaces in front of the forward slash
ð    # space character
N×  # repeated n times
} # end of for loop


Produces the two lines with vertical bars at the end.

'|       # push a vertical bar
D      # duplicate
32ú   # put 32 spaces before the vertical bar
«  # concatenate, i.e. one line complete
D # duplicate


Produces the "Welcome back" string; ”| @HyperNeutrino‡Ý back! |”.

Most of it is interpreted as the literal characters, except for ‡Ý, which is interpreted as Welcome.

Exact copy of second section: '|D32ú«D produces second set of vertical bar lines

Produces the "triangle" at the bottom, similar to first part

17F              # for N in 0 .. 16
'\            # push backslash
Nú          # put N spaces before backslash
ð         # space character
16N-     # 16 - N
×    # 16 - N spaces
«   # concatenate the two strings
∞  # mirror
} # end for


The » at the end joins everything by newlines and implicitly prints.

• @Mr.Xcoder: I have a LOT of golfing to do – Neil A. Jun 23 '17 at 18:04
• Why the down votes? – Neil A. Jun 23 '17 at 18:05
• That's what I am trying to figure out as well, but regarding the challenge itself. – Mr. Xcoder Jun 23 '17 at 18:07
• Can you use string compression? – Comrade SparklePony Jun 23 '17 at 18:16
• @ComradeSparklePony: I haven't tried that yet; feel free to try that yourself! – Neil A. Jun 23 '17 at 18:21

# V, 64 bytes

i/\
\/16ñH>GMÙXppjÄXppñ5O|³² |M3lR@HyperNeutrino Welcome back!


Try it online!

Hexdump:

00000000: 692f 5c0a 5c2f 1b31 36f1 483e 474d d958  i/\.\/.16.H>GM.X
00000010: 7070 6ac4 5870 70f1 354f 7cb3 b220 7c1b  ppj.Xpp.5O|.. |.
00000020: 4d33 6c52 4048 7970 6572 4e65 7574 7269  M3lR@HyperNeutri
00000030: 6e6f 2057 656c 636f 6d65 2062 6163 6b21  no Welcome back!


Explanation:

i                             " Insert:
/\<cr>\/                     "   '/\<newline>\/'
16ñ             ñ             " 16 times:
H                          "   Move to the beginning of the buffer
>G                        "   Indent every line
M                       "   Move to the middle of the buffer (the last downward facing part)
Ù                      "   Duplicate this line downwards
X                     "   Delete one of the leading spaces
pp                   "   And paste it between the slashes twice
j                  "   Move down a line (the first upward facing part)
Ä                 "   Duplicate this line upwards
X                "   Delete one of the leading spaces
pp              "   And paste it between the slashes twice
5O                            " On the five lines above us, insert:
|³² |                       "   A bar followed by 32 spaces, followed by a bar
M                 " Move to the middle line of the buffer
3l               " Move 3 characters to the right
R              " And write the following over the existing text:
@HyperNeutrino Welcome back!  "   Welcome back!

• You may be able to use reverse instead of expanding the slashes on both ends? Something like (psuedo) i/\^[ recursively - expand, copy down, reverse, move back up – nmjcman101 Jun 23 '17 at 17:51
• @nmjcman101 Hmmm... I'll give it a shot. I also think it might make sense to start with the middle, and use a recursive command instead of 16 times command. – DJMcMayhem Jun 23 '17 at 17:52

# T-SQL, 222 bytes

DECLARE @ INT=1T:PRINT SPACE(17-@)+'/'+SPACE(2*(@-1))+'\'SET @+=1IF @<18GOTO T
PRINT REPLACE('|S|
|S|
|  @HyperNeutrino Welcome back!  |
|S|
|S|','S',SPACE(32))B:SET @-=1PRINT SPACE(17-@)+'\'+SPACE(2*(@-1))+'/'IF @>0GOTO B


Pretty straightforward procedural approach. Formatted:

DECLARE @ INT=1
T:  --count up for top cone
PRINT SPACE(17-@) + '/' + SPACE(2*(@-1)) + '\'
SET @+=1
IF @<18 GOTO T

--middle section, string literal with line breaks and a single replace
PRINT REPLACE('|S|
|S|
|  @HyperNeutrino Welcome back!  |
|S|
|S|','S',SPACE(32))

B:  --count back down for bottom cone
SET @-=1
PRINT SPACE(17-@) + '\' + SPACE(2*(@-1)) + '/'
IF @>0 GOTO B


Only thing probably worth explaining is that strings in T-SQL can contain line breaks inside the quotes, I take advantage of that here, instead of adding CHAR(13).

# Python 2, 187 bytes

f,s=lambda s,n=1:'\n'.join((s%(' '*i)).center(34)for i in range(0,34,2)[::n]),'|%s|\n'
print f('/%s\\')+'\n'+s%(' '*32)*2+s%('  @HyperNeutrino Welcome back!  ')+s%(' '*32)*2+f('\\%s/',-1)


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# Mathematica, 165 bytes

T=Table;c=Column;c[{s=c[T[""<>{"/",T[" ",2i],"\\"},{i,0,16}],Alignment->Center],g=c@T[""<>{"|",T[" ",32],"|"},2],"|  @HyperNeutrino Welcome back!  |",g,s~Rotate~Pi}]


# Retina, 107 bytes


17#¶#¶|2@HyperNeutrino Welcome back!2|¶#¶#17
#
|32|
\d+
$* \G (?=( *))$1/$$\¶
r(?<=( *)) \G
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Try it Here!

Explanation:

ā                                push an empty array
'²∫     }                       17 times repeat
0;                             push 0 below the iteration
/ž                          at [0, iteration] (1-indexed position) insert the slash (so every time it moves  everything one char right)
j                      remove last blank line (idk why it's there)
"ν_‘                  push "|                "
3∙                get an array of 3 of those
+               append that to the diagonals mirrored
╬³             mirror horizontally with 0 overlap and swapping chars
"..‘         push "@HyperNeutrino Welcome back!"
4L«ž     at [4;20] insert that in
j    remove last blank line (2nd byte wasted now)
╬Æ  mirror vertically


# 05AB1E, 57 bytes

žvƒ'/'\N·ú«}'|žvúÂìD”|  @HyperNeutrino‡Ý back!  |”)Â¦í«.c
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