Standard loopholes are forbidden

This is not , so shortest does not win

And each language be used one time

• This isn't very interesting, and it's not fair to limit answerers by their username. It's like many kolgomorov-complexity problems, but without the possibility to do anything creative. – Wzl Feb 16 at 17:30
• 1) Modifying your username to change your score’s a standard loophole, don’t worry about that. 2) this is now missing a scoring criteria, and is therefore off-topic – caird coinheringaahing Feb 16 at 17:33
• Yeah made it a popularity contest – Wasif Feb 16 at 17:33
• I don't think this should be closed. It's not particularly interesting, but it has a (somewhat) objective winning criterion and it's perfectly clear what the task is. – Redwolf Programs Feb 16 at 20:32
• Keg, 80 bytes - I realized that don't have to change my username to solve this challenge! – user100947 Feb 17 at 13:20

# Swap, 39 bytes

'n'e'i'r'B'''O' 'r'o'n'o'Cooooooooooooo


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I thought it would make sense for me to participate in this challenge, considering I have both spaces and the ' character at my disposal. Terminates, I think, by crashing. Doesn't use the Swapping nature of the language.

• FYI, any username with a single quote is very easy in APL: 'Conor O''Brien',16 bytes. – Bubbler Feb 19 at 4:52
• @Bubbler that would also work in Python REPL – Wasif Mar 29 at 5:00
• @Wasif No, it doesn't print the single quote in the middle in Python REPL. – Bubbler Mar 29 at 5:23

# Text, 6 bytes

hakr14


Yucky bad trivial solution. Basically, every program in Text is a quine.

• so ‘Text’ is a cat implementation? – Moonchild Feb 19 at 9:22
• No, it doesn't take input. Any .txt file is a Text program, producing its contents exactly. – hakr14 Feb 19 at 21:04
• Wow, Also works as PHP. – tsh Feb 20 at 9:25
• cat doesn't take any input either; when run on a file, it reproduces the contents of that file exactly – Moonchild Feb 28 at 4:31
• Ah, sorry, you meant the cat command. Typically cat refers to a program which outputs its input. – hakr14 Feb 28 at 4:52

# ///, 22 bytes

caird coinheringaahing


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I may have chosen the wrong username to win this :/

• Don't worry this is no longer [code-golf], a [popularity-contest[ – Wasif Feb 16 at 17:32

# Charcoal, 4 bytes

Wezl


I hope I remembered how Charcoal works?

# V (vim), 7 bytes

iDingus


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Yep, I sure am.

• This must be where Apple got the inspiration for all its iThings. – Bubbler Feb 19 at 4:42
• @Bubbler I hear Steve Jobs was really keen on the iDingus until the marketing department got involved. – Dingus Feb 19 at 4:46