The main objective is to output a text, it doesn't mind which text or where the text gets its output (it can be on a browser window, the default console etc).
It just requires the condition that what is output must be indeed "real chars" (the ones in UNICODE for example), it's not considered valid to display graphics that simulate chars.
Condition to program
Now into the conditions to program:
None of the characters that appear in the code must appear in the output.
The created string cannot be infinite (continuosly being created in a loop without end)
So let's say that you code is
If that displayed
The code would be valid, but if this displayed:
Then it would not be valid
Obviously something like
would be invalid.
Write a code that displays a text as defined.
In this code-challenge, your answer is scored by the ratio between string length and number of bytes in code (string length / code length), where the highest score wins.