# All Your Base Are Belong To Us (Restricted)

Input must not be required, and output must read "All your base are belong to us".

Restrictions

• No external resources.

Plus a minimum of two of the following:

• You cannot use "a", "b", "t", "u", or "y" in any case in your code (bonus -10 to your golf score if you can do this)

• You cannot use "l", "o", "s", "e", or "r" in any case in your code (bonus -20 to your golf score if you can do this)

• You cannot use "n", "g", "0", "1", or "2" in any case in your code (bonus -30 to your golf score if you can do this)

So for example, if you manage to get the code done with 40 characters and use rules 1 and 2, your golf score is 40 - 10 - 20 = 10 chars.

Smallest code golf score wins... Good luck!

• So much as declaring a string breaks all three restrictions, and char, var and Write break two of them each. This is going to be tough to get valid answers, bar maybe Barinfuck. – Hand-E-Food Jan 23 '14 at 2:28
• "no input required". Doesn't that mean that I could, for example, do something like print(input()) (python)? The user would be required to input the correct string, but that isn't forbidden. – Justin Jan 23 '14 at 6:40
• @Quincunx I wouldn't accept such a solution, as the code is not guaranteed to output a correct solution. Also, stdin is arguably an "external source". – nitro2k01 Jan 23 '14 at 18:39
• @PranavHosangadi There is a deleted answer to this question with a score of -6 which is essentially the same as that. It's been done before a number of times in various questions and is explicitly disallowed in the code-golf tag. – Gareth Jan 24 '14 at 10:31
• According to code-golf standard rules answers in latin1/unicode/name you charmap is rated in bytes after conversion to utf-8. Are we to count like that or have you chosen a different score method? Current leader would then be at 0 instead of -40. – Sylwester Jan 30 '14 at 1:27

L$=CHR$(&H75)O$=CHR$(98)S$=CHR$(97)?CHR$(65);"ll",CHR$(&H79);"o";L$;"r ";O$;S$;"se ";S$;"re ";O$;"elo";CHR$(&H6E);CHR$(&H67);" ";CHR$(&H74);"o",L$;"s  # PHP, 67 bytes -60 bonus = 7 <?=d__cJZFFcQWFVcWFVcQV_ZZQcCZcFF^"%33C3534C3653C643C333546C75C35";  bitwise XOR on the ASCII characters I brute forced a pair of characters not in the forbidden characters for each character in output. No word character pair for A and I don´t like extended ASCII, so I live with one string in quotes. • Now, @Titus, how exactly does this work? I can only guess that somehow you're using some clever replace function... I've never seen this kind of witchcraft with PHP before... All I know is that it works! – Eliseo D'Annunzio Apr 19 '17 at 8:33 • @WallyWest I´ll explain inline. – Titus Apr 19 '17 at 8:47 • The ^ symbol! Of course! I had read about PHP's XOR ability a while back but had completely forgotten about it... Nice one! – Eliseo D'Annunzio Apr 19 '17 at 8:49 # VBA, 119 - 40 = 79 Bytes Anonymous VBE Immediate window function that takes no input and outputs All your base are belong to us to the VBE immediate window L=Chr(&H75):O=Chr(98):S=Chr(97):?Chr(65)"ll "Chr(&H79)"o"L"r "O;S"se "S"re "O"elo"Chr(&H6E)Chr(&H67)" "Chr(&H74)"o "L"s  This is largely a port of 12Me21's SmileBASIC Answer - Hooray for BASIC languages # Whitespace, 194 (254 bytes - 60 bonus) [S S S T S T S N _Push_10_s][S S S T T S S N _Push_12_u][S S T T S S T S S T N _Push_-73_space][S S S T T S N _Push_6_o][S S S T S T T N _Push_11_t][S T S S T S N _copy_2nd_space][S S T T S N _Push_-2_g][S S S T S T N _Push_5_n][S S S T T S N _Push_6_o][S S S T T N _Push_3_l][S S T T S S N _Push_-4_e][S S T T T T N _Push_-7_b][S S T T S S T S S T N _Push_-73_space][S S T T S S N _Push_-4_e][S S S T S S T N _Push_9_r][S S T T S S S N _Push_-8_a][S T S S T T N _Copy_3rd_space][S S T T S S N _Push_-4_e][S S S T S T S N _Push_10_s][S S T T S S S N _Push_-8_a][S S T T T T N _Push_-7_b][S T S S T S S N _Copy_4th_space][S S S T S S T N _Push_9_r][S S S T T S S N _Push_12_u][S S S T T S N _Push_6_o][S S S T S S S S N _Push_17_y][S T S S T S S N _Copy_4th_space][S S S T T N _Push_3_l][S N S _Duplicate_8_l][S S T T S T S S S N _Push_-40_A][N S S N _Create_Label_LOOP][S S S T T S T S S T N _Push_105][T S S S _Add][T N S S _Print_as_character][N S N N _Jump_to_Label_LOOP]  Letters S (space), T (tab), and N (new-line) added as highlighting only. [..._some_action] added as explanation only. Try it online (raw with spaces, tabs, and new-lines only). Uses the shorter alternative I've explained in the bottom of this Whitespace tip, with the fixed amount being 105 in this case. • Very nice... I've was wondering when I've was going to see an esoteric answer creeping in! – Eliseo D'Annunzio Apr 6 '18 at 9:25 # Pxem, Filename: 45 bytes + Content: 0 bytes - Bonus: 30 bytes = 15 bytes. • Filename (escaped some characters): Xx\202\330\330\100\362\336\352\344\100\304\302\346\312\100\302\344\312\100\304\312\330\336\334\316\100\350\336\100\352\346!.z\002.$.o.c!.a
• Printed version: Xx‚ØØ@òÞêä@ÄÂæÊ@ÂäÊ@ÄÊØÞÜÎ@èÞ@êæ!.z.$.o.c!.a • Content: empty ## What it does • Twice necesity ASCII codes before. • Halve on this program. Try it online! # Pxem, Filename: 55 bytes + Content: 0 bytes - Bonus: 50 bytes = 5 bytes. • Filename (escaped some): Xx\202\330\330\100\362\336\352\344\100\304\302\346\312\100\302\344\312\100\304\312\330\336\334\316\100\350\336\100\352\346!.z\002.$.t.v.m.v.c!.a.t.p
• Printed: XxØØ@òÞêä@ÄÂæÊ@ÂäÊ@ÄÊØÞÜÎ@èÞ@êæ!.z.\$.t.v.m.v.c!.a.t.p
• Content: empty

## What it does

• Move to bottom each of them.
• Hide last ! to heap.
• Print all of them at once.

Try it online!

# Jelly, 23 - 60 = -37

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Try it online!

This is just the compressed representation of ["All", " your base are", " belong to", " us"] (Jelly has a compressed string format). The string's split into multiple pieces in order to ensure that none of the banned characters appear within the compressed representation; they're all implicitly concatenated at the end of the program.

# Japt, 33 - 60 = -27 bytes

mßPÚXmÞ-ãù“ià ö d"m " Å
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Try it online!

The shoco library is powerful at compressing lowercase letters, but I had to do lots of experiment in order to get a compressed string without any of the banned chars.

### Unpacked & How it works

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mßPÚXmÞ-ãù“                 "mbasemarembelongmtomus"
ià ö           Insert "allmyour" at the beginning
d"m "     Replace "m" with " "
Implicitly assign to U

Ui++Id
Ui      Add to the beginning of U...
++I     65
d    chr(65) == "A"


# Aceto, 23 bytes

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