Winner: Aditsu's CJam answer! A whopping 25 bytes! Nice!
You may continue to submit your answer, however you can no longer win. Original post kept for posterity:
The "Bzzt" game is a game where you must count to a number (in this case 500). However, if the number has a 3 in it, or is divisible by 3, you don't say the number. Instead, you say "Bzzt".
- You can't hard-code the numbers.
- The number only has to satisfy at least 1 of the following requirements
- Divisible by 3
- Number contains a 3
- Some type of separator is mandatory (12bzzt14 doesn't count)
- Score is measured in bytes.
- You must count exactly to 500, starting at 1 or 0 (you chose).
- The numbers must be output, but it doesn't matter how (e.g., stdout, writing to a text file, etc.).
- 0 can be divisible by 3 or not divisible. You can choose.
- You can output the numbers one at a time (ex, output 1, then 2, then bzzt, then 4, etc) or all at once (e.g., output 1 2 bzzt 4 5).
- You must replace the letter 3 with the word "bzzt". This is not case sensitive (bZzt, Bzzt, bzzt are all okay).
- This is a code-golf challenge, so the shortest code wins.
- This contest ends June 30th 2014 (7 days from posting).