In this challenge, your past self comes back to help or hurt someone else!
The task is simple: write a full program, not a function, that prints the first code submission on this site submitted by the previous user, in the language of your first answer. (In the case that your first answer was purely prose, for example pxeger's first answer to a "Tips for Golfing" thread, use the first code-based answer.)
My first answer was
That's a newline followed by
And the next answerer here would have to print his first answer,
Only accounts that submitted an answer before this question was posted are eligible to participate. Each user may submit only one answer.
This is code golf, so the shortest answer wins. The fun is that who can win depends on who answers!
for(i=0;i<Infinity;i++)loop (way too long) this challenge is a little boring, is it not? Unless someone has an interesting submission to print. \$\endgroup\$
print(<code>)-type answers to be low-quality, and have downvoted them. No malice is intended, and I would be happy to rescind these downvotes if any of the authors can explain why they are non-trivial or otherwise useful. \$\endgroup\$