Update: The winner has been decided, but the challenge is not over!

Finally, nearly 3 months after the question first started, someone has remained the last answerer for more than a week! Congratulations to jimmy23013 with his P1eq answer!

There are still however 8 characters left: 48KSaclw. If anyone is really ambitious they can keep on trying with those :D

Thanks a ton to everyone who participated, especially those of you who kept the contest going so long with multiple answers, notably KennyTM with a whopping 25 answers!!

Also, thanks to anyone who kept the answer list up to date, it was a great help :) (especially since I've been away from SE for a couple months :P).


Original Question:

In 2005 the American Film Institute produced AFI's 100 Years...100 Movie Quotes, a list of the best quotes in American cinema. Here they are listed exactly as they should be used in this challenge:

(answer  6) 1. "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn." - Rhett Butler
(answer  7) 2. "I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse." - Vito Corleone
(answer  5) 3. "You don't understand! I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender. I could've been somebody, instead of a bum, which is what I am." - Terry Malloy
(answer  3) 4. "Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore." - Dorothy Gale
5. "Here's looking at you, kid." - Rick Blaine
(answer  2) 6. "Go ahead, make my day." - Harry Callahan
(answer 11) 7. "All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up." - Norma Desmond
(answer  8) 8. "May the Force be with you." - Han Solo
(answer 12) 9. "Fasten your seatbelts. It's going to be a bumpy night." - Margo Channing
(answer 13) 10. "You talking to me?" - Travis Bickle
(answer 16) 11. "What we've got here is failure to communicate." - Captain
(answer 15) 12. "I love the smell of napalm in the morning." - Lt. Col. Bill Kilgore
(answer  4) 13. "Love means never having to say you're sorry." - Jennifer Cavilleri Barrett
14. "The stuff that dreams are made of." - Sam Spade
(answer 18) 15. "E.T. phone home." - E.T.
(answer 20) 16. "They call me Mister Tibbs!" - Virgil Tibbs
17. "Rosebud." - Charles Foster Kane
(answer 10) 18. "Made it, Ma! Top of the world!" - Arthur "Cody" Jarrett
(answer 17) 19. "I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore!" - Howard Beale
(answer 25) 20. "Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship." - Rick Blaine
(answer 26) 21. "A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti." - Hannibal Lecter
(answer  9) 22. "Bond. James Bond." - James Bond
(answer 22) 23. "There's no place like home." - Dorothy Gale
(answer 29) 24. "I am big! It's the pictures that got small." - Norma Desmond
25. "Show me the money!" - Rod Tidwell
(answer 31) 26. "Why don't you come up sometime and see me?" - Lady Lou
(answer 27) 27. "I'm walking here! I'm walking here!" - "Ratso" Rizzo
(answer 14) 28. "Play it, Sam. Play 'As Time Goes By.'" - Ilsa Lund
(answer 28) 29. "You can't handle the truth!" - Col. Nathan R. Jessup
(answer 23) 30. "I want to be alone." - Grusinskaya
(answer 30) 31. "After all, tomorrow is another day!" - Scarlett O'Hara
(answer  1) 32. "Round up the usual suspects." - Capt. Louis Renault
(answer 24) 33. "I'll have what she's having." - Customer
(answer 36) 34. "You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and blow." - Marie "Slim" Browning
(answer 19) 35. "You're gonna need a bigger boat." - Martin Brody
(answer 39) 36. "Badges? We ain't got no badges! We don't need no badges! I don't have to show you any stinking badges!" - "Gold Hat"
(answer 40) 37. "I'll be back." - The Terminator
(answer 33) 38. "Today, I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth." - Lou Gehrig
(answer 37) 39. "If you build it, he will come." - Shoeless Joe Jackson
(answer 43) 40. "My mama always said life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get." - Forrest Gump
(answer 34) 41. "We rob banks." - Clyde Barrow
(answer 38) 42. "Plastics." - Mr. Maguire
43. "We'll always have Paris." - Rick Blaine
(answer 49) 44. "I see dead people." - Cole Sear
(answer 21) 45. "Stella! Hey, Stella!" - Stanley Kowalski
(answer 32) 46. "Oh, Jerry, don't let's ask for the moon. We have the stars." - Charlotte Vale
(answer 35) 47. "Shane. Shane. Come back!" - Joey Starrett
(answer 42) 48. "Well, nobody's perfect." - Osgood Fielding III
(answer 51) 49. "It's alive! It's alive!" - Henry Frankenstein
(answer 41) 50. "Houston, we have a problem." - Jim Lovell
(answer 45) 51. "You've got to ask yourself one question: 'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?" - Harry Callahan
(answer 55) 52. "You had me at "hello."" - Dorothy Boyd
(answer 46) 53. "One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got in my pajamas, I don't know." - Capt. Geoffrey T. Spaulding
(answer 44) 54. "There's no crying in baseball!" - Jimmy Dugan
(answer 59) 55. "La-dee-da, la-dee-da." - Annie Hall
(answer 60) 56. "A boy's best friend is his mother." - Norman Bates
(answer 47) 57. "Greed, for lack of a better word, is good." - Gordon Gekko
(answer 56) 58. "Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer." - Michael Corleone
(answer 48) 59. "As God is my witness, I'll never be hungry again." - Scarlett O'Hara
(answer 50) 60. "Well, here's another nice mess you've gotten me into!" - Oliver
(answer 65) 61. "Say "hello" to my little friend!" - Tony Montana
(answer 66) 62. "What a dump." - Rosa Moline
(answer 52) 63. "Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to seduce me. Aren't you?" - Benjamin Braddock
(answer 61) 64. "Gentlemen, you can't fight in here! This is the War Room!" - President Merkin Muffley
(answer 68) 65. "Elementary, my dear Watson." - Sherlock Holmes
(answer 64) 66. "Take your stinking paws off me, you damned dirty ape." - George Taylor
(answer 53) 67. "Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine." - Rick Blaine
(answer 72) 68. "Here's Johnny!" - Jack Torrance
(answer 71) 69. "They're here!" - Carol Anne Freeling
(answer 73) 70. "Is it safe?" - Dr. Christian Szell
(answer 54) 71. "Wait a minute, wait a minute. You ain't heard nothin' yet!" - Jakie Rabinowitz/Jack Robin
(answer 77) 72. "No wire hangers, ever!" - Joan Crawford
(answer 67) 73. "Mother of mercy, is this the end of Rico?" - Cesare Enrico "Rico" Bandello
(answer 70) 74. "Forget it, Jake, it's Chinatown." - Lawrence Walsh
(answer 74) 75. "I have always depended on the kindness of strangers." - Blanche DuBois
(answer 78) 76. "Hasta la vista, baby." - The Terminator
(answer 75) 77. "Soylent Green is people!" - Det. Robert Thorn
(answer 76) 78. "Open the pod bay doors, HAL." - Dave Bowman
(answer 80) 79. Striker: "Surely you can't be serious." Rumack: "I am serious...and don't call me Shirley." - Ted Striker and Dr. Rumack
(answer 84) 80. "Yo, Adrian!" - Rocky Balboa
(answer 81) 81. "Hello, gorgeous." - Fanny Brice
(answer 83) 82. "Toga! Toga!" - John "Bluto" Blutarsky
(answer 63) 83. "Listen to them. Children of the night. What music they make." - Count Dracula
(answer 87) 84. "Oh, no, it wasn't the airplanes. It was Beauty killed the Beast." - Carl Denham
(answer 88) 85. "My precious." - Gollum
(answer 86) 86. "Attica! Attica!" - Sonny Wortzik
(answer 57) 87. "Sawyer, you're going out a youngster, but you've got to come back a star!" - Julian Marsh
(answer 82) 88. "Listen to me, mister. You're my knight in shining armor. Don't you forget it. You're going to get back on that horse, and I'm going to be right behind you, holding on tight, and away we're gonna go, go, go!" - Ethel Thayer
(answer 58) 89. "Tell 'em to go out there with all they got and win just one for the Gipper." - Knute Rockne
(answer 90) 90. "A martini. Shaken, not stirred." - James Bond
(answer 85) 91. "Who's on first." - Dexter
(answer 62) 92. "Cinderella story. Outta nowhere. A former greenskeeper, now, about to become the Masters champion. It looks like a mirac...It's in the hole! It's in the hole! It's in the hole!" - Carl Spackler
(answer 69) 93. "Life is a banquet, and most poor suckers are starving to death!" - Mame Dennis
(answer 89) 94. "I feel the need - the need for speed!" - Lt. Pete "Maverick" Mitchell and Lt. Nick "Goose" Bradshaw
(answer 79) 95. "Carpe diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary." - John Keating
(answer 91) 96. "Snap out of it!" - Loretta Castorini
(answer 92) 97. "My mother thanks you. My father thanks you. My sister thanks you. And I thank you." - George M. Cohan
(answer 93) 98. "Nobody puts Baby in a corner." - Johnny Castle
(answer 94) 99. "I'll get you, my pretty, and your little dog, too!" - Wicked Witch of the West
(answer 95) 100. "I'm the king of the world!" - Jack Dawson

(Feel free to mark quotes as used.)

There are 95 printable ASCII characters (hex codes 20 to 7E), that's pretty close to 100:

 !"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{|}~

In this challenge users will take turns writing programs that print one of the movie quotes using a new programming language and a smaller subset of printable ASCII each time.

How This Works

I've already submitted the first answer and I've labeled it 95 since I was allowed to use all 95 printable ASCII characters in my program. It is a Python program that prints the 100th quote, "I'm the king of the world!" - Jack Dawson, to stdout.

The second person to answer needs to choose a new quote, a new programming language, and one of the 95 printable ASCII characters to exclude from their code. They must write a program without using this character that prints their chosen quote to stdout. They should mark their answer as 94 since they had 94 printable ASCII characters to work with (think of it like a countdown).

The third person to answer must choose a quote and language that haven't been used in any previous answers (only 95 and 94 in this case), and a new character to forgo. They must not use this character or any previously forbidden characters in their code. They mark their answer as 93.

This answering process continues like this until all printable ASCII characters are forbidden and someone gives the "1" answer, or much more likely, no one can figure out how to answer again.

Rules (please read carefully)

It's important to understand that only one person can answer at a time and each answer depends on the one before it. There should never be two answers with the same number, quote, or programming language.

There's bound to be clashing answers submitted at the same time, and that's ok. If that happens the person who technically answered later should quickly (like 10 min or less) delete their post or edit it so it becomes the next answer. Otherwise, don't edit code unless truly necessary. Editing posts to only fix formatting is encouraged.

Specific Rules

  • A user who just answered must wait at least an hour before answering again.
  • A user may not answer twice in a row.
  • The quote number you choose must not be more than 5 below your answer number. For example, answer 90 can choose any unused quote from number 85 to 100. This leaves the better quotes for the harder answers. Other than this rule the quote numbering is irrelevant.
  • Programs may only contain tabs, newlines, and the printable ASCII character that are not forbidden so far. (Tabs and newlines are never forbidden.)
  • There is no program length limit, but there may not be more that 64 tabs or 64 newlines in your program.
  • Languages are considered distinct if they are commonly referred to by different names. Different versions of programming languages are not considered distinct. (Markup languages like HTML do count but full on programming languages are preferred.) Your language must have existed prior to the start of this contest.
  • If your language does not have stdout use some similar text output mechanism.
  • Your program should not take input or have unexpected side effects like creating files.

Please make sure your program is valid. It should be able to run as a full program as is, not just in a REPL environment.

Note that the "quote" you must output includes the quotation marks and the person who said it (but not the quote number). Your program should solely produce your quote exactly as it appears in the list above (a leading/trailing newline is fine).

Formatting

Please format your answers like this, {stuff in curly braces} needs to be replaced:

#{answer number}. {language}, uses no <code>{the forbidden character you just chose}</code>

    {program}

Output is quote {quote number}:

    {program output, should be identical to quote}

[Previously forbidden:]({url of previous answer (hit "share" just below it)}) <code>{the previous answerer's forbidden character followed by his previously forbidden list}</code>

{anything else you wish to say}

The <code> tags can be replaced with backticks (`) as long as no backtick occurs within them.

Scoring

The communal goal of this challenge is to keep answers coming for as long as possible.

The official winner is the user who answers last, after a week of no additional answers. I will accept their last answer.

Answer List (newest first)

  1. 4 Progressive Unary
  2. a Bueue
  3. c Udage
  4. S 1L_a105
  5. w Binaryfuck
  6. K Subskin
  7. l 23

  1. n P1eq
  2. t Addleq
  3. 9 x86 Machine Code
  4. r BSM
  5. D ShaFuck 0.2
  6. u Villmark
  7. O PDP-11 machine code
  8. f ProgFk
  9. i NUMPAD
  10. H Tri
  11. 2 ferNANDo
  12. P Pointy
  13. m Subleq
  14. G FlogScript
  15. ? Nqubl
  16. % Glypho
  17. ! 3var
  18. q ETA
  19. j BrainSpace 1.0
  20. V Insomnia
  21. ` asdf
  22. 6 Lazy K
  23. C !Py!Batch 1.5
  24. T Fuckfuck
  25. F PoGo
  26. R Golunar
  27. b 6502 machine code + Apple II System Monitor
  28. Y Headsecks
  29. I BRB
  30. U Braincrash
  31. Z Ecstatic
  32. M Farm
  33. A Enema
  34. L ADJUST
  35. $ Beatnik
  36. N Rebmu
  37. g Dupdog
  38. B Gammaplex
  39. J Fuck4
  40. 5 A0A0
  41. W gs2
  42. : l33t
  43. h Tonoco
  44. E Malbolge
  45. k D1ffe7e45e
  46. 1 evil
  47. Q CaneCode
  48. d Grass
  49. # URSL
  50. | Burlesque
  51. x Emmental
  52. ~ Applesoft BASIC
  53. ^ Forth
  54. 7 80386 machine code + DOS
  55. _ Argh!
  56. v Rexx
  57. } AlphaBeta
  58. o Super Stack!
  59. e Pyth
  60. z Plain TeX
  61. > WASD
  62. ] POSIX shell
  63. & Gibberish
  64. / GolfScript
  65. * x86_64 assembly
  66. 0 AppleScript
  67. X Deadfish~
  68. , Spoon
  69. - oOo CODE
  70. = J
  71. @ Mathematica
  72. . Perl
  73. + DNA#
  74. < Pi
  75. ) Postscript
  76. [ ABC
  77. s dc
  78. { HTML
  79. ( Unary
  80. ; Ook!
  81. ' CJam
  82.   PHP
  83. " Brainfuck
  84. \ Marbelous
  85. 3 C++
  86. y Ruby
  87. p JavaScript
  88.      Python

(Feel free to edit if incorrect or out of date)

This question works best when you sort by "oldest".

NOTE: Like my last question, this is a test of a new challenge type where each answer depends on the last and increases in difficulty. Come to chat or meta to discuss either question or the idea in general.

  • How strange. Everyone knows how to do #2, but nobody wants to do it (mostly because #1 would become impossible). If this challenge was rebooted, it would probably be finishable. – CalculatorFeline Mar 3 '17 at 5:41
  • I will do this! – Christopher May 11 '17 at 2:11
  • @CalculatorFeline how do you do 2? – Christopher May 31 '17 at 17:23
  • Same way you do #1. Lenguage. Of course, that would kill the challenge. – CalculatorFeline May 31 '17 at 17:26
  • @CalculatorFeline Lenguage was made up for this challenge, which is a standard loophole. (See the link in the first line.) – jimmy23013 Jun 4 '17 at 3:58

95 Answers 95

up vote 19 down vote accepted

8. P1eq (uses no n)

It requires non-Windows 64-bit platform to work correctly, just like the Addleq answer. It used the same trick for the -1.

It has 64 newlines and 57 tabs.

It is slow and ended in about 18mins on my computer.

844 844 88888   848
844 4
844 444
444
8   448
444 448 4
484
884 488
488
488
484 488 88
84  48
48
844 4444
4444
848 844 88888
88884884    888484  4484
8884484 4444848 4848888
4448448 4488    4444848
488 88  44888
4884848 4488    4444848
8488884 4488    4444848
484884888   48848   4848888
4448448 4444848 8884484
88  4488848 884484
88884884    4444848 4844848
4444848 4444888 4484
44884   4444848 8
444844  88  8484484
48  884
844 484
88
4444
444 4448
4444    4448    4
4448
444 4448    88888888888888888888
48  4444
444 4448
4444    4448    4
4448
4448
444 4448    4
444
444
444
444
444
444
444
444
444
444
444
444
444
444
444
444
444
444
444
444
444 88888888888888888888
848 844 4

Output is quote 8:

"May the Force be with you." - Han Solo

Previously forbidden:

?!"#$%&'()*+,-./01235679:;<=>@[\]^_` AbBCdDeEfFgGhHiIjJkLmMNoOpPqQrRstTuUvVWxXyYzZ{|}~

Remaining:

  • Numbers: 4 8
  • Uppercase: K S
  • Lowercase: a c l w

P1eq is just like Subleq and Addleq, with the instruction B=A+1 and jump if B isn't changed.

Explanation:

844 844 88888        # *844 = 1.
848 addr4:844 4 7    # Jump back to 4. And add some nonsense values to *4,
                     #   which is never read. Note that if it jumps to 8, 
                     #   neither *44 nor *48 could be a jump target.
844 444 10           # Initialize *444 to 2.
addr10: 444 444 13   # Increment *444.
8 448 16             # *448 = 445.
444 448 4            # If *444 == 444, jump back to 4.
484 484 22           # Increment *484.
884 488 25           # *488 = *884 + 1.
488 488 28           # Increment *488 two times. This prevents the infinite
488 488 31           #   loop when *884 is uninitialized.
484 488 88           # If *484 + 1 == *488, jump to 88.
84 48 37             # *48 = 10.
48 48 40
844 4444 43          # *4444 = 3.
4444 4444 46
848 844 addr48:88888 # Jump back to 10.

# Data.

88884884 888484 4484
8884484 4444848 4848888
4448448 4488 4444848
488 88 44888
4884848 4488 4444848
8488884 4488 4444848
484884888 48848 4848888
4448448 4444848 8884484
88 4488848 884484
88884884 4444848 4844848
4444848 4444888 4484
44884 4444848 addr84:8    # The 8 is for getting 10 in the loop.
444844 88 8484484

addr88:48 884 91     # *884 = content of current cell. 48 is also the last
                     #   data cell, which will be 88, the address of itself
                     #   when read. 884 is also the end-of-data marker.
                     # *444 will be (current cell value mod 441) + 3
844 484 94           # Reset *484 to 1.
88 88 97             # Increment the data pointer.
4444 4444 100        # *4444 = 4.
444 4448 103
4444 4448 4          # If *884 was uninitialized, skip.
4448 4448 109
444 4448 (-1)        # If it is at the end of data (2 mod 441), stop.
48 4444 115          # *4444 = 10
444 4448 118
4444 4448 4          # If the current cell value is 8, skip.
4448 4448 124
4448 4448 127
444 4448 4           # If the current cell value is 10 (the jump target), skip.
444 444 133          # *444 += 20. This makes the last cell value 88 outputs the
444 444 136          #   last character "o".
444 444 139          # *444 will be (current cell value mod 441) + 23, which is
444 444 142          #   either the character to output, or the character to
444 444 145          #   output + 256. Some characters' minimum mod 441
444 444 148          #   representations using only 4 and 8 overflowed 32 bit
444 444 151          #   integer. But those characters plus 256 worked well.
444 444 154
444 444 157
444 444 160
444 444 163
444 444 166
444 444 169
444 444 172
444 444 175
444 444 178
444 444 181
444 444 184
444 444 187
444 444 190
444 (-1) 193         # Output the character.
848 844 4            # Jump back to the loop.

This program increments *444 and *484 together, and resets *444 when it becomes a certain value. When *484 equals to the data, *444 will be the remainder of the data divided by some value.

Only 6 memory cells in the code are addressable directly with 4 and 8. I must reuse some of them. This also made some operations not in the order I wanted, such as using uninitialized variables. But I can just discard whatever is returned in the first time of the loop and initialize after that.


Some other languages found interesting but no longer usable:

  • More Unary variants
  • Languages using numbers
    • NULL I believed it should work without odd numbers. Unfortunately it doesn't.
    • Smith#

Now I have 3 languages left.

For anyone who want to write more answers, here are some directions to look for:

  • Real machine codes, if they have formats that don't require a file header, and have text input/output instructions.
  • Number-based OISC.
  • Non-esoteric languages, which happens to have single character instructions for some reasons. Maybe the APL family.
  • Self-modifying binary code.
  • Languages that are designed for some ideas about how the language should look like.
  • Languages not on the esolangs wiki and don't have an English description, which means they are hardly known to other users.

To be exact, I had:

  • A hexadecimal language which should be able to print a quote with some self-extraction code.
  • A 2D language that works with any two distinct characters (except newlines).
  • An undocumented language that can use line lengths as instructions.
  • 1
    Wow I thought P1Eq is not possible in 64 lines. +1. Excluding "Lenguage" I have 1 language left for answer #3. "Wunnel" would have been a perfect candidate for answer #2 but it prints literal 0s and 1s instead of bits. Totally wasted. – kennytm Dec 17 '14 at 15:52
  • 1
    @KennyTM I didn't test my answer #2 yet. And I guess there will be no quote printable with my answer #1 language after someone post an answer #2. Now I'm looking for some other sources for languages than the wiki, but didn't find anything that works. – jimmy23013 Dec 17 '14 at 17:27
  • 1
    @KennyTM I found another way printing strings with my answer #1 language, which can print up to 62 characters. In fact it is just how the default example works, but I was too lazy to read the source to learn that undocumented language. – jimmy23013 Dec 18 '14 at 13:28
  • 1
    I've been off of SE for a while but unless I'm quite mistaken this answer has won! This was posted Dec 17 and a couple weeks have passed. Great job! – Calvin's Hobbies Jan 4 '15 at 7:35

90. Brainfuck, uses no "

     ++++             ++++        [>+>++>+++>++++>+  ++++>++++++>+++++++
   >+++++++         +>++++++      +++>++++++++++>+   ++ ++   ++++++>++++
  +++    +++       ++>    +++     +++       ++++  +++>++++++++
 +++      +++     >++      +++             ++++  ++ ++     ++
>+++      ++++   ++++      ++++           +<<<  <<   <   <<
<<<<      <<<<   -]>>      >>++          .-->  >>>+.-<<<<.>
>>>>      >>>>   >---      .+++         <<+.
->>+      +.--   >---      -.++        ++<<
 +.-      >--     .++      <+.        -<<<
  <<<    <--       .++    <<.       >>>>>
   >+++.---         >>>.<+.-       >+++.--
     ----             .+++        >--.++<<<

<<<<<----.++++<<.>>>>>>>>>>--.+.+>----.++++<<<<<<<<<<<.>>>>>>>>>>+++.--->----.
++++<<+.->++..--<---.-.++++<<<<<<<--.++<<++.--.>>---.+++<<.>>>>>++.-->>>+.->>-
--.+++<---.+++>+++.---<<<<<<<<<<.>>>>++.-->>>>>>-.-.++<----.++++<<<<<<<<<<<<<.

Output is quote 90:

"A martini. Shaken, not stirred." - James Bond

Previously forbidden: py3\

Someone had to do it before any of .+- is forbidden.
Try it here : http://ideone.com/dlu8VE

  • 28
    Absolutely beautiful. – Flonk Oct 29 '14 at 8:45
  • 13
    Why would you remove "? That's kind of mean for all the people after you. – Peter Olson Nov 24 '14 at 1:08
up vote 75 down vote
+100

51. Malbolge (uses no E)

(Newlines are just for clarification and not part of the source.)

ba`r:?!!6l:jVVw5ut2rqML:nllHFFhDfAcR?P`ut:rqZYtm2qCRhPPNNihgf%qFF!!2AA??TSwutOTr55PImGFKJCBfFc
cbONq9!!6Y4W8hCf4ttOONL:JlHGFFDgfAS?b``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
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ct``:?!!6l:jWDUBRR?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??ZSRWPOr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jWDUBRR?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??ZSRWPOr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jWDUBRR?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??ZSRWPOr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jWDUBRR?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??ZSRWPOr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jWDUBRR?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??ZSRWPOr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jWDUBRR?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??ZSRWPOr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jWDUBRR?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??ZSRWPOr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jWDUBRR?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??ZSRWPOr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jWDUBRR?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??ZSRWPOr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jWDUBRR?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??ZSRWPOr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jWDUBRR?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??ZSRWPOr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jWDUBRR?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??ZSRWPOr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jWDUBRR?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??ZSRWPOr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jWDUBRR?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??ZSRWPOr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jWDUBRR?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??ZSRWPOr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffTc!?``u::rw6ut4!2jinm?Ojcu:`rqc5!`lAj??gfw::tr`64nn!ljjihffw?
ct``:?!!6l:jihwfut?rr`L:nlljj!hffAcbaa`ut:rZYuWml2SRhPfOjchgJI%FbaDYBWV?ZYw:99NSLKPn2GFKDCBAF?
DC%A:98!65492Vw5utP

Output is quote 49:

"It's alive! It's alive!" - Henry Frankenstein

Previously forbidden: "#&'()*+,-./0137;<=>@[\]^_ deopQksvxXyz{|}~

Remaining characters:

  • Symbols: ! $ % : ? `
  • Numbers: 2 456 89
  • Uppercase: ABCD FGHIJKLMNOP RSTUVW YZ
  • Lowercase: abc fghij lmn qr tu w

You can run it with the reference Malbolge interpreter.

  • 13
    This answer is amazing! I've never seen a useful Malbonge program before, let alone such a constrained one. Well done! – isaacg Nov 10 '14 at 3:00
  • 10
    Holy mother of God. How did you write this? – Ingo Bürk Nov 11 '14 at 9:48
  • 2
    I really mean to ask how you came up with this? I mean it's obviously generated just like every malbolge program, but how did you work in the character restrictions? – Ingo Bürk Nov 12 '14 at 6:04
  • 23
    I just now noticed that the code is formatted such that it spells' "It's alive" in two columns. Dang, this is awesome. This is worth a bounty, so I'll put one up. – Ingo Bürk Nov 14 '14 at 16:44
  • 2
    @gone_native Details then? How did you do it? – Pureferret Aug 7 '15 at 6:54
up vote 37 down vote
+100

10. x86 Machine Code, uses no 9

When I realized that the remaining characters included the opcodes for 'Dec BX' and 'Push BX', I concluded that a x86 program was still possible.

Link for the code and .com file

The code looks like a much longer version of this:

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444444444844444444444444444444444444444448KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKSSSSSSSSaKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKSKKKKKKKKKKKK
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The code, compressed with bzip2 and base-64-encoded, is this:

QlpoOTFBWSZTWSPev2AAAC3//IQAAE8AxAVVAljshO2a1CIgAAQCIAACQAKABEgwALtaISjAEwAC
YEwAE/RCKepoDIDQDQhgAATBEqUyYJ6TTCYm0RiYAmjE9y2DggyCjSr7QBKBBfLXbplPpVr0UZ9F
fce4QKIQigD2luNYchgZJSn9wWwWTL+vYVhM0o2SZAgIgLAWoqgeIwgnxBokBQJABPmuigiPswCA
CIqGH0GnHfFahZ987YEg6UpWEhB7jmzKcAOjGZxPEKJIMikhAUX/F3JFOFCQI96/YA==

Output is quote 18:

"Made it, Ma! Top of the world!" - Arthur "Cody" Jarrett

Previously forbidden:

?!"#$%&'()*+,-./0123567:;<=>@[\]^_` AbBCdDeEFfgGhHiIjJkLmMNoOpPqQRrsTuUvVWxXyYzZ{|}~

Remaining characters:

  • Numbers: 4 8
  • Uppercase: K S
  • Lowercase: a c l n t w

It is self-modifying code that creates self-modifying code, here's how it works:

The text is first encoded by entering runs of '4' terminated by '8', which map to instructions that are effectively NOPs for this program. Next, BX is decremented ('K') until it has the value of where the print code will end up at on the stack. This is pushed 8 times ('S'), and then Pop All, 'a', is executed to set up SI and DI for later. BX is then repeatedly decremented and pushed to enter the arbitrary values of the print program on the stack (the low byte), along with a garbage byte (the high byte). Next, a long sequence of decrements gets BX to the value 0xAAAD, which is the two 1-byte instructions 'Load Word' and 'Store Byte'. Each pair of these instructions will remove one garbage byte from the print code. These instructions are pushed 28 times (the size of the print program), and the rest of the file is filled up with more decrement instructions to act as NOPs. These NOPs will be executed until the region of memory used by the stack is hit, which has been overwritten with the condensing code. The condensing code is executed, removing the garbage bytes in the code on the stack (pointed to by SI and DI, which were set up earlier). Finally, when the condensing code is done, the printing program has been successfully stored in memory at the next instruction to execute.

Assembly code to generate the machine code (FASM)

org 100h

;"Made it, Ma! Top of the world!" - Arthur "Cody" Jarrett

repeat '"'
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'M'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'a'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'd'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'e'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat ' '-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'i'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 't'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat ','-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat ' '-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'M'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'a'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat '!'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat ' '-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'T'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'o'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'p'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat ' '-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'o'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'f'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat ' '-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 't'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'h'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'e'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat ' '-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'w'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'o'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'r'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'l'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'd'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat '!'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat '"'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat ' '-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat '-'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat ' '-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'A'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'r'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 't'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'h'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'u'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'r'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat ' '-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat '"'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'C'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'o'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'd'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'y'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat '"'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat ' '-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'J'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'a'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'r'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'r'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 'e'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 't'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
repeat 't'-1
db      '4'
end     repeat
db      '8'
string_end:

data_start:
repeat 28*2+2
dec    bx
end    repeat
repeat 8
push   bx
end    repeat
popa

repeat 0x10000-0xFF21-28*2-2
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xFF21-0xFECD
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xFECD-0xFE4C
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xFE4C-0xFDB4
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xFDB4-0xFCEB
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xFCEB-0xFC7C
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xFC7C-0xFC12
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xFC12-0xFBB7
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xFBB7-0xFAFE
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xFAFE-0xFA81
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xFA81-0xFA61
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xFA61-0xFA21
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xFA21-0xF8CD
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xF8CD-0xF802
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xF802-0xF7B4
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xF7B4-0xF760
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xF760-0xF6F9
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xF6F9-0xF674
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xF674-0xF634
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xF634-0xF53C
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xF53C-0xF480
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xF480-0xF442
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xF442-0xF346
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xF346-0xF2D2
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xF2D2-0xF231
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xF231-0xF201
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xF201-0xF200
dec bx
end repeat
push bx
repeat 0xF200-0xF1BE
dec bx
end repeat
push bx

; 28 bytes of code

; done storing print code

repeat 0xF1BE-0xAAAD
dec    bx
end repeat
repeat 28
push   bx
end    repeat


; done storing compact code, fill the remaining space with  'dec bx'
; to act as a nop until the modified code is hit
fill_pos:
repeat 0xffff-fill_pos -2
dec    bx
end repeat
  • 1
    My answer used 80386 instructions (IMUL of a certain type), so it may be called a different "language". I didn't even try to check whether x86 is still possible at this stage - apparently it is! – anatolyg Dec 9 '14 at 9:43
  • 2
    And now all odd numbers are gone :( – kennytm Dec 9 '14 at 10:24
  • @anatolyg I'm really happy to hear that, I've edited the answer to reflect this. – Sir_Lagsalot Dec 9 '14 at 15:02

61. 80386 machine code + DOS, uses no 7

u`t^cGFntlFmFnmaZKuacanftafightainahFrF!aThi2ai2ath$aWaraRLKm!calaPrFWidFntaMFrkinaMufflF8
$k!2!5%B!%!BH%!!%BAPH4?4#P^jAZj#Y1T!1L#1T41T61T?1LA1LC1TE1TI1TJ1TL1TM1TU5
1LW1T^1La1Th1Lj1LuF1Ld1Tn1TO1TZ1TuF1TO1L%1TZ1T:F1TZF1L%5
FF1T%F1T%F1L%Fj$Y1L%1LY1LOkLqEQFF1T%k|q6^1|A1|C5!   ZBBBBA!O

Output is quote 64:

"Gentlemen, you can't fight in here! This is the War Room!" - President Merkin Muffley

Previously forbidden: "'&()*+-,./\03;<=>@X_[sovy pez]{}


Making an executable file that uses only printable ASCII is not an easy task. Fortunately, not many characters were forbidden by previous answers, so I only needed a few patches here and there.

To run this program, copy it into a file with extension .com, and run it (linebreaks use the DOS format 0d 0a; there is one TAB character in the code). It's too bad that modern 64-bit Windows systems don't support 16-bit code; one needs a 32-bit Windows system or DOSBox to run the code.

I used the DOS debug.com debugger to develop the code. To "assemble" the "source code", redirect it into the debugger. On DOSBox:

debug < quote.asm

Source code:

a100
    jnz 162; jump over the output data, to have it at a convenient address 104
    jz  162; (continued)
    db 'cGFntlFmFnmaZKuacanftafightainahFrF!aThi2ai2ath$aWaraRLKm!calaPrFWidFntaMFrkinaMufflF8',d,a,'$'
    ;   "Gentlemen, you can't fight in here! This is the War Room!" - President Merkin Muffley
    ; Some weird numbers; see explanations below
    dw 216b, 2132
    ; Padding
    db 35
    and ax, 2142
    and ax, 4221
    dec ax
    and ax, 2121
    and ax, 4142
    push ax; push the value 100; we will need it later
    dec ax
    xor al, 3f
    xor al, 23
    push ax
    pop si; now si points to the output message
    push byte ptr 41
    pop dx
    push byte ptr 23
    pop cx
    ; Fix the forbidden characters in the output message
    xor [si+21],dx
    xor [si+23],cx
    xor [si+34],dx
    xor [si+36],dx
    xor [si+3f],dx
    xor [si+41],cx
    xor [si+43],cx
    xor [si+45],dx
    xor [si+49],dx
    xor [si+4a],dx
    xor [si+4c],dx
    xor [si+4d],dx
    xor [si+55],dx
    xor ax, a0d
    xor [si+57],cx
    xor [si+5e],dx
    xor [si+61],cx
    xor [si+68],dx
    xor [si+6a],cx
    xor [si+75],cx
    inc si
    xor [si+64],cx
    xor [si+6e],dx
    xor [si+4f],dx
    xor [si+5a],dx
    xor [si+75],dx
    inc si
    xor [si+4f],dx
    xor [si+25],cx
    xor [si+5a],dx
    xor [si+3a],dx
    inc si
    xor [si+5a],dx
    inc si
    xor [si+25],cx
    xor ax, a0d
    inc si
    inc si
    xor [si+25],dx
    inc si
    xor [si+25],dx
    inc si
    xor [si+25],cx
    inc si
    push byte ptr 24
    pop cx
    xor [si+25],cx
    xor [si+59],cx
    xor [si+4f],cx
    ; Done with the output message
    ; Now fix the code (program patches itself)
    imul cx, [si+71], 45; "calculate" the address of the code
    push cx
    inc si
    inc si
    xor [si+25],dx; message patching was not finished... now it is
    imul di, [si+71], 36; "calculate" the patch value 0x8c
    pop si
    xor [si+41], di; make code "0xcd 0x21" - DOS function call
    xor [si+43], di; make code "0xc3" - terminate the program
    xor ax, 921; select DOS function 9 (output a string)
    pop dx; set dx to point to the output message
    inc dx
    inc dx
    inc dx
    inc dx
    db 41, 21, 4f

rcx 11b
n quote.com
w
q

Some notes:

  • The output message has all forbidden characters XOR-masked with one of 3 masks, 0x41, 0x23 and 0x24. I chose masks that were not forbidden.
  • The code that does the output contains forbidden characters, or worse - non-ASCII bytes 0xcd and 0xc3. They are XOR-masked as well, so the code must modify itself.
  • All memory accesses are performed with an offset: pointers never point to the stuff itself, but several bytes lower. The reason is, when using memory access without an offset, the instruction codes are non-ASCII.
  • The character k is very important here: it encodes the IMUL multiplication instruction. I use it to acquire constant values: for example, the constant 0x216b, when multiplied by 0x45, gives the useful constant 0x01d7, which is a pointer (with an offset, as described above) to the code that has to be patched. In a similar manner, the patching mask is 0x2132*0x36=0x8c (don't mind the truncation there).
  • As described above, obtaining constants is a major pain. To make it even worse, I assumed nothing about the initial values of registers. DOS typically sets them to 0, but one can never be sure... This led to a fun exercise in initializing a register to 0: and ax, 2142; and ax, 4221.
  • I added 2 linebreaks for "readability" (fortunately, this is not code-golf!). They are specified as "xor ax, a0d" in code; there must be an even number of them, so the value of ax doesn't change.

Edit: not using the _ character anymore (bad timing in post) - cannot use pop di, so using the di register much less now.

  • @ is already banned in 78, choose another symbol please. – kennytm Oct 31 '14 at 18:25
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    Props, sir, props. – Claudiu Oct 31 '14 at 19:03
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    "Making an executable file that uses only printable ASCII is not an easy task." You might find this article interesting: cs.jhu.edu/~sam/ccs243-mason.pdf – Russell Borogove Nov 2 '14 at 2:57

85. HTML5 (uses no {)

&#x22&#x57&#x68&#x6f&#x27&#115&#x20&#x6f&#x6e&#x20&#x66&#x69&#x72&#115&#x74&#x2e&#x22&#x20&#x2d&#x20&#x44&#x65&#x78&#x74&#x65&#x72

Output is quote 91.

"Who's on first." - Dexter 

Previously forbidden: py3\" ';(

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+200

12. ShaFuck 0.2 (uses no D)

The source code is exactly 4,784,128 bytes long, containing all allowed characters except D. It looks like:

atawSaa(a×1017)KKla8Kc(a×1017)atawSaa(a×1017)KKla8Kc(a×1017)…atawSaa(a×1017)4cwtrtr(a×1017)

here (a×1017) means the character "a" repeated 1017 times. The base64-encoded bzip2-compressed file (247 bytes) is:

QlpoOTFBWSZTWW9SDOgAgfoPgIRgAAgIACgFFIAAeEAB+52sQ2KYACaCT1VQ0AATUqgBoAUlSTEyemk+qV2BSuKhVc
hIq6AoeKqI5BEe6qI+gUpfOZshoMraraVbDZsFiti1YtEbRawVajWLbCW0mybWwthG0qrZDGrYqirG21o1BrYq2xtD
NNyCI9CoPYAiOuARHABEeqqI6FQfIjiqiOhUHdEYVKvFW2qvv6QtEYjJhpkkxEKo2qKjWjWo1jRGrFUUaNUVaNqNYq
xqNFYtqNtbVFWgzaNhW1WYtaapVPGEpxEdRHYER3iMARH+LuSKcKEg3qQZ0A==

The SHA1-sum of the original file should be 1250ecf73c61ef93a31c4f7dfaa0a7631ada50bf.

Output is quote 9:

"Fasten your seatbelts. It's going to be a bumpy night." - Margo Channing

Previously forbidden:

?!"#$%&'()*+,-./0123567:;<=>@[\]^_` AbBCdeEFfgGhHiIjJkLmMNoOpPqQRsTuUvVWxXyYzZ{|}~

Remaining characters:

  • Numbers: 4 8 9
  • Uppercase: K S
  • Lowercase: a c l n r t w

ShaFuck is a variant of Brainfuck. It takes every 1024-byte chunk, compute the SHA-1 digest, then use the 20-byte output as a Brainfuck program. As explained in the blog post linked from the wiki, there is a "vulnerability" in v0.2 that the SHA-1 output of the form:

valid-bf-program[(garbage)]valid-bf-program

is accepted. This allows a straight-forward conversion from a brainfuck command to a 2048-byte chunk. The encoder uses az as the character set, which is not suitable for us. So we need to write a "miner" ourselves. Now, there are 13 valid character available. Assuming SHA-1 output is random, if we want to fix the first 3 bytes, it corresponds to 3 × log₁₃(256) ~ 6.5 input characters. Therefore we need to iterate all 7-character strings made from these 13 alphabets:

import hashlib
import itertools

characters = b'aclnrtwDKS489'

starts = {b'+>[', b'->[', b'.>[', b'.<[', b'+<[', b'-<[', b'>[', b'<['}
ends = {b']<+', b']<-', b']<.', b']>.', b']>+', b']>-', b']>', b']<'}

for i, group in enumerate(itertools.product(characters, repeat=7)):
    seq = bytes(reversed(group)) + b'a'*(1024-7)
    sha = hashlib.sha1(seq).digest()

    for s in starts:
        if sha.startswith(s):
            starts.remove(s)
            print(seq, sha)
            break

    for e in ends:
        if sha.endswith(e):
            ends.remove(e)
            print(seq, sha)
            break

    if i % 1000000 == 0:
        print('***', i, seq[:7])

We could quickly then get these equivalents:

>[(garbage)  = atawSaaaaaaa…
(garbage)]<- = 9t9nctaaaaaa…
(garbage)]<+ = KKla8Kcaaaaa…
(garbage)]<. = 4cwtrtraaaaa…

- = >[(garbage)]<- = atawSaaaaaaa…9t9nctaaaaaa…
+ = >[(garbage)]<+ = atawSaaaaaaa…KKla8Kcaaaaa…
. = >[(garbage)]<. = atawSaaaaaaa…4cwtrtraaaaa…

So finally we have this straightforward encoder:

def encode(quote):
    SUFFIX = 'a' * (1024 - 7)
    PREFIX = 'atawSaa' + SUFFIX
    MINUS = PREFIX + '9t9ncta' + SUFFIX
    PLUS = PREFIX + 'KKla8Kc' + SUFFIX
    DOT = PREFIX + '4cwtrtr' + SUFFIX
    value = 0
    for c in quote:
        char = ord(c)
        if char > value:
            yield PLUS * (char - value)
        elif char < value:
            yield MINUS * (value - char)
        yield DOT
        value = char

with open('1.txt', 'w') as f:
    for seg in encode('''"Fasten your seatbelts. It's going to be a bumpy night." - Margo Channing'''):
        f.write(seg)
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    SUFFIX = 'a' * (1024 - 7) - just in case 1024 - 7 isn't always 1017? :-) – Joe Dec 2 '14 at 14:49
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    @Joe: Yes it is. – kennytm Dec 2 '14 at 15:16
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    Darn, there goes my answer #2. – gone_native Dec 2 '14 at 16:08
  • @gone_native I had this too. But I still have another answer #2... – jimmy23013 Dec 2 '14 at 17:02
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    @Joe, (1024 - 7) is more readable. – Vi. Dec 4 '14 at 21:39

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Output is quote 84:

"Oh, no, it wasn't the airplanes. It was Beauty killed the Beast." - Carl Denham

Previously forbidden: py3\" '

  • Did you write that all yourself? – Beta Decay Oct 29 '14 at 9:45
  • 4
    I have written a Java program that converts a String to an Ook! program that outputs the String. But it does not use loops, just incrementing and decrementing. – stevecross Oct 29 '14 at 9:47
  • 1
    @feuerball so... that's a really inefficient Ook! program you've generated there. (in terms of space) – tomsmeding Oct 29 '14 at 20:22
  • 2
    I know, but at least it does what it is supposed to do. – stevecross Oct 30 '14 at 9:14
  • 1
    That is a perfect match of language and quote. I take it you've read Moving Pictures? – TRiG Nov 3 '14 at 0:21

76. oOo CODE, uses no -

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Output is quote 78:

"Open the pod bay doors, HAL." - Dave Bowman

Previously forbidden: py3\" ';({s[)<+.@=

I won't post another BF equivalent/derivative. Promise.

EDIT: I updated the code to be more readable. (lol) Doesn't affect any forbidden characters.

I used this tool to generate my pure BF. I then converted it to oOo CODE:

'<lots of bf code>'.replace(/>/g,'ooo').replace(/</g,'ooO').replace(/\[/g,'oOo').replace(/\]/g,'oOO').replace(/-/g,'Ooo').replace(/\+/g,'OoO').replace(/\./g,'OOo')

And then used this Python script to get the "readable" version from pure oOo CODE and an input text:

ooocode = '<lots of oOo CODE>'
alphabet = [chr(x) for x in range(ord('A'), ord('Z') + 1)] + [chr(x) for x in range(ord('a'), ord('z') + 1)]
if len(ooocode) % 3: print("INVALID CODE")
inp = input()
index = 0
while inp != '':
    for char in list(inp):
        if char in alphabet:
            case = ooocode[index]
            if case.upper() == case:
                print(char.upper(), end='')
            else:
                if char.lower() in 'py3\\" \';({s[)<+.@=':
                    print("INVALID INPUT")
                else:
                    print(char.lower(), end='')
            index += 1
        elif char in 'py3\\" \';({s[)<+.@=':
            print("INVALID INPUT")
        else: print(char, end='')
    print("")
    inp = input()
print(ooocode[index:])
  • 2
    And for some reason, I always read it in a ghost voice. – ASCIIThenANSI Apr 11 '15 at 15:18

89. PHP, uses no

$j=chr(46);$k=chr(0x20);$l=chr(0x22);$z=chr(112);$q=<<<H
${l}I${k}feel${k}the${k}need${k}-${k}the${k}need${k}for${k}s${z}eed!$l$k-${k}Lt.${k}Pete$k${l}Maverick$l${k}Mitchell${k}and${k}Lt.${k}Nick$k${l}Goose$l${k}Bradshaw
H;
echo$q;

Output is quote 94:

"I feel the need - the need for speed!" - Lt. Pete "Maverick" Mitchell and Lt. Nick "Goose" Bradshaw

Previously forbidden: py3\"

  • 24
    You damn evil man. – Joshpbarron Oct 29 '14 at 8:57
  • Someone block ' now!!! – Optimizer Oct 29 '14 at 9:03
  • 7
    @Optimizer done – Martin Ender Oct 29 '14 at 9:08

9. Addleq (uses no t)

Uses sqasm.cpp in the esolang page to assemble. Requires non-Windows 64-bit platform to work correctly.

There are exactly 64 tabs and 64 new lines (no trailing new lines). Whew.

8   448
448
88  448
448
88  444
444
448 444
444 844
448 844
844 848
88  848
8   848
84  884
884
8   884
8   4844
4844
884 4844
88  488
488
8   488
488
444 488
488 4444
4444
8   4444
4444    888
88  888
44  4488
448 88888888888888888888
844 4488
4444    4484
8   4484
88  4448
4484    4448
844 88888888888888888888
4488    88888888888888888888
4484    88888888888888888888
888 88888888888888888888
488 88888888888888888888
444 88888888888888888888
848 88888888888888888888
884 88888888888888888888
4448    88888888888888888888
4444    88888888888888888888
4844    88888888888888888888
444 88888888888888888888
844 88888888888888888888
4488    88888888888888888888
4484    88888888888888888888
888 88888888888888888888
488 88888888888888888888
448 88888888888888888888
444 88888888888888888888
44  88888888888888888888
444 88888888888888888888
848 88888888888888888888
884 88888888888888888888
4448    88888888888888888888
4444    88888888888888888888
4844    88888888888888888888
444 88888888888888888888
844 88888888888888888888
4488    88888888888888888888
4484    88888888888888888888    4   888 88888888888888888888    4   8888    8888    88888888888888888888

Output is quote 22:

"Bond. James Bond." - James Bond

Previously forbidden:

?!"#$%&'()*+,-./01235679:;<=>@[\]^_` AbBCdDeEFfgGhHiIjJkLmMNoOpPqQRrsTuUvVWxXyYzZ{|}~

Remaining:

  • Numbers: 4 8
  • Uppercase: K S
  • Lowercase: a c l n w

"Addleq" an OISC is similar to "Subleq", but uses addition instead of subtraction.

Constructing "-1"

Output in Addleq works by writing to memory address -1. Since all odd numbers are forbidden we cannot construct a -1 by normal means. However, we can trick the assembler into creating a -1:

int str2int(const string &s)
{
        int ret=0;
        sscanf(s.c_str(),"%d",&ret);
        return ret;
}

Here sscanf(s, "%d", &ret) behaves like ret = strtol(s, NULL, 10); (C11 §7.21.6.2/12), and when the input overflows, strtol will return LONG_MAX (C11 §7.22.1.4/8). Thus, if sizeof(long) > sizeof(int), we should get ret == -1. However, on platform which sizeof(long) == sizeof(int) e.g. 32-bit platforms or Windows, we would get 0x7fffffff making the solution above invalid.

Saving tabs with the assembler

In low-level addleq, each instruction is 3-number long. As we only have 128 whitespaces budget, we have to print the whole string with 129/3 = 43 instructions. This is completely insufficient as the shortest quote (chosen here) is 32-character long.

Nevertheless, the assembler supports some shorthand notation:

  1. If a line contains only 2 numbers, it will automatically provide the 3rd number as the address of the next instruction
  2. If a line contains only 1 number, that number is copied and a 3rd number is provided using rule #1.

Rule #2 was designed for "subleq" to quickly zero an address. But for "addleq" it allows us to double a value without any tabs.

These allow us to barely fit the whole program into 129 numbers.

Creating numbers

The quote is chosen because it is short and has a lot of duplicated characters. The numbers we need to create are:

32  space
34  "
45  -
46  .
66  B
74  J
97  a
100 d
101 e
109 m
110 n
111 o
115 s

We could use numbers at address 4, 8, 44, 48, 84, 88, .... Rule #1 of the assembler already placed "9" at *8 and "45" at *44, so we will just use them (it is good they are odd numbers). Furthermore, we will try to fit "-1", "8" and "44" into these addresses by moving the calculations around. The result is the first half of the code:

# *448 = 34 = (9×2 - 1)×2 = (*8×2 + *88)×2
8   448
448
88  448     # Here we get *8 == 9.
448

# *444 = 32 = -2 + 34 = (*88×2) + *448
88  444
444
448 444

# *844 = 66 = 32 + 34 = *444 + *448
444 844
448 844

# *848 = 74 = 66 + 9 - 1 = *844 + *8 + *88
844 848
88  848
8   848

# *884 = 97 = 44×2 + 9 = *884×2 + *8
84  884
884
8   884     # Here we get *44 == 45.

# *4844 = 115 = 9×2 + 97 = *8×2 + *884
8   4844
4844
884 4844

# *488 = 46 = (-2 + 9)×2 + 32 = (*88×2 + *8)×2 + *444
88  488
488
8   488
488
444 488

# *4444 = 101 = 46×2 + 9 = *488×2 + *8
488 4444
4444
8   4444

# *888 = 100 = 101 - 1 = *4444 + *88
4444    888
88  888

# *4488 = 111 = 45 + 66 = *44 + *844
# The line in the middle prints '"', and also set *88 == -1
44  4488    # Here we get *84 == *44
448 88888888888888888888    # Here we get *88 == -1
844 4488

# *4484 = 110 = 101 + 9 = *4444 + *8
4444    4484
8   4484

# *4448 = 109 = 110 - 1 = *4484 + *88
88  4448
4484    4448

The last line

After all numbers are constructed we can print each character. The final program, however, has more than 67 lines, two too many. Therefore, we must combine the last 3 lines together:

# From:
4484    88888888888888888888
888 88888888888888888888
8888    8888    88888888888888888888

# To:
4484    88888888888888888888    4   888 88888888888888888888    4   8888    8888    88888888888888888888

Since the line has more than 2 numbers, we have to manually supply the 3rd parameter of the instructions. That means we trade each newline for 2 tabs. Fortunately before the combination we used 60 tabs, so the final result barely passed the requirements.

  • 1
    What an impressive list of coincidences! Looks almost like it all was a part of your cunning plan. – anatolyg Dec 11 '14 at 12:34
  • @anatolyg: This is actually the third version of the code :), the equations are rewritten several times to minimize the number of lines. The older versions have ~3 lines too much. – kennytm Dec 11 '14 at 13:33
  • It would be even nicer if instead of 4 and 8 there were 0 and 7. – Vi. Jan 6 '15 at 10:27
  • @Vi. Or at least 8 and 9... There seemed to be some number-based language still works, though. – jimmy23013 Jan 26 '15 at 15:11

81. PI, uses no <

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78566722796619885782794848855814197518744545512965604404800966420557982906804052202770984294202500022576041807009476994159791594500069752148290066555661567874640054666564165474217045902521229542529169414599041608751201868179170214888689479151071617852902145292440771659495610510074210871426114974595615118498711757047101787957110422969066670214498617464595280824569445789772

Output is quote 81:

"Hello, gorgeous." - Fanny Brice

Previously forbidden: py3\" ';({s[)

What ? Pi without 3 ?
My interpreter here (sorry about the rudimentary UI, based on this answer) : http://migl.io/projects/pi/index.php

79. Perl 5, uses no .

$PRINT=lc
q|PRINT|and$Q=chr
0x22
and$C=q|C|and$ARPE=lc
q|ARPE|and$W=chr
0x20
and$DIEM=q|diem|and$T=chr
46
and$SEIZE=q|Seize|and$THE=q|the|and$DAY=lc
q|DAY|and$BOYS=lc
q|BOYS|and$MAKE=q|Make|and$YOUR=lc
q|YOUR|and$LIVES=lc
q|LIVES|and$EXTRA=lc
q|EXTRAORDINARY|and$JOHN=q|John|and$KEAT=q|Keating|and
eval
qq|$PRINT
q^$Q$C$ARPE$W$DIEM$T$W$SEIZE$W$THE$W$DAP,$W$BOYS$T$W$MAKE$W$YOUR$W$LIVES$W$EXTRA$T$Q$W-$W$JOHN$W$KEAT^|

Output is quote 95:

"Carpe diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary." - John Keating

Previously forbidden: py3\" ';({s[)<+


As a TMTOWTDI language, Perl offers lots of way to get around the restrictions. The method used here is to construct the statement print "that quote" as a string, and evaluate it.

Although ' and " are banned, Perl additionally allows expressing strings using q«…» and qq«…» respectively. And although ; is forbidden, as all statements are not falsy, we could use and to chain together statements. Since the uppercase letters P, Y, S are still allowed, we could put p, y, s into the final string using the lc (lowercase) function, while chr can be used to put the symbols " and .

  • I may be misunderstanding the rules but this uses both P and Y as well as S – GeoffWilson Oct 29 '14 at 13:08
  • 1
    @G_Wilson: Uppercase and lowercase are different. – kennytm Oct 29 '14 at 13:19
  • Sorry, My bad. I forgot that they have different ASCII Values. – GeoffWilson Oct 29 '14 at 16:01
  • "all statements are not falsy": you mean all these statements are not falsy, right? ($foo=0 is falsy, of course.) Anyway, very nice; +1. – msh210 May 29 '16 at 7:38
  • @msh210 Yeah, all these statements are not falsy. – kennytm May 29 '16 at 7:53

54. CaneCode (uses no Q)

(New lines and spaces are not necessary.)

                                 111111111111
                            1111111111111111111111
                         8111111111111111111111111111
                      111111111111111111111111118111111
                    1111811111111811111111111822222222222
                   222222222222222222222222222222222222222
                 222222222222222222222222222222222281111111
               111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
              11111111111111822222222222222222222222222222222
             2222222222222222222222222222222281111111111111111
            111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
           11111111118222281111181111111828222222222222222822222
          2222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222822
         222222222281111111111                 1111111111111111111
        1111111111111111111                      11111111111111111
       111111111111111111                          1111822222222222
      222222222228111111                            118111111111118
      2222222222222222                               222222222222222
     2222222222222222                                 22222222222222
    2222222222222222                                   22222228111111
    111111111111111                                    11111111111111
   111111111111111                                      1111111111111
   11822222222222                                        2222222222222
   2222222222222                                         2222222222222
  22222222222222                                         2811111111111
  1111111111111                                           111111111111
 1111111111111                                            1111111111111
 1111111111111                                             118222281111
 181111111828                                              222222222222
 222822222222                                              222222222222
 222222222222                                              222222222222
2222222222282                                              2222222222222
8111111111111                                              1111111111111
1111111111111                                              1111111111111
1111118111111                                              1111111111111
1118111111822                                               222222222222
2222222222222                                               222222222222
2222222222222                                               222222222222
2222222222222                                               222222228111
1111111111111                                              1111111111111
1111111111111                                              1111111111111
1111111111811                                              1111118111118
2222222222222                                              2222222222222
 222222222222                     2222                     2222222222222
 2222222222222                  22281111                   111111111111
 1111111111111                 1111111111                 1111111111111
 11111111111111                11111111111                8222222222222
  2222222222222               2222222222222              22222222222222
  22222222222222              22222222222222            22228111111111
   1111111111111              111111111111111           11111111111111
   11111111111111             1111111822282222         81111111111111
    11118222222222             2222282222222222      2222222222222222
    222222222222222            22222222222222222    2222222222811111
     111111111111111            11111111111111111  1111111111111111
     1111111111111111           11111111181811111822222222222281811
      11182222222222222          222222222222222222222222222222222
       22222222222222222          2222222282222222811111111111111
       1111111111111111111         11111111111111111111111111111
        1111111111111111111111111118222222222222222222228111111
         11111111182222222222222222222222222222222222222222222
          222222222222222222222222222222222222222281822811111
           1111111182222222222222811111111111111111111111111
            111111111111111181111111111111111111111181111111
             111822822228222222222222222222222222222222222222
               22222222222222222222222222222222281111111111111
                11111111111111111111111111111111111118111111111
                  1111118181111111811111818111111118222222222222
                   2281111111111181111118222222222222222222222222
                      22222222222222222222222222222222222222222222
                        222222281111111111111    1111111111111181111
                            111111111111          1111111811811111111
                                                    822222222222222222
                                                     222222222222222222
                                                      222222222222222222
                                                       222222222222222222
                                                        222281111111111111
                                                         111111111111111111
                                                           1111111111111111
                                                            111811111111111
                                                             11111111111111
                                                               11118222222
                                                                2222222811
                                                                 11111811
                                                                   1118

Output is quote 71:

"Wait a minute, wait a minute. You ain't heard nothin' yet!" - Jakie Rabinowitz/Jack Robin

Previously forbidden: "#&'()*+,-./037;<=>@[\]^_ deopsvxXyz{|}~


CaneCode is a just another BF derivative, with the mapping:

  • 1 → +
  • 2 → -
  • 3 → <
  • 4 → >
  • 5 → [
  • 6 → ]
  • 7 → ,
  • 8 → .

Just a note: The remaining characters are:

  • Symbols: ! $ % : ? `
  • Numbers: 12 456 89
  • Uppercase: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP RSTUVW YZ
  • Lowercase: abc fghijklmn qr tu w

78. Mathematica, uses no @

2986092695862452869648821144242466624048554924749885449420879769410086580524-10000011000000001010001000000000000000000000000000000001//#/87790498804444451827485960720854800964024844465254951684711241427814652487~Subtract~100001101000000000000000000000000001010000001000000000000000001000000&//ContinuedFraction//FromCharacterCode

Output is quote 76:

"Hasta la vista, baby." - The Terminator

Previously forbidden: py3\" ';({s[)<+.

Generated like so:

str = "\"Hasta la vista, baby.\" - The Terminator";
chrs = ToCharacterCode @ str;
fraction = FromContinuedFraction @ chrs;
n = Numerator @ fraction;
d = Denominator @ fraction;
ndiff = Boole[# == 3]& /@ IntegerDigits @ n // FromDigits;
ddiff = Boole[# == 3]& /@ IntegerDigits @ d // FromDigits;
n2 = n + ndiff;
d2 = d + ddiff;

The program is then:

n2 - ndiff // # / d2 ~ Subtract ~ ddiff & // ContinuedFraction // FromCharacterCode

with values inserted for n2, ndiff, d2 and ddiff and all spaces removed.


My original idea was to use ToString, FromDigits, IntegerDigits, Partition and FromCharacterCode. However both FromDigits and IntegerDigits has an s in them which I hadn't noticed.

  • 5
    Damn, was working on a Befunge one. – Pietu1998 Oct 29 '14 at 11:46

6. Subskin (uses no K)

Line 9 in the following program is replaced with something testable. It has 2 trailing newlines, and exactly 64 newlines in total.

a
a
cc

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cc
cc
cc
8c6ec6862e611a909aefef7133fc410dff7e22f63f7493b2f8e452888467b057b57bea88a311cadb514028e5cdc7397ab03a55e312d5a0a7d93b880f26cfd6c679f780c1f1ce3691cc9d92c228b0159a5f0f0c6a1a7dddec2791621b1782567e16273ff2019feb3d44320fec1073a536acc0b06462
cc
4
a
a8

a
ac
ac
a
aa
aa
a
aa
ac
aa
ac
aa
aa
c8
8
a8
cc
c8
aa
ca
a8
8
a8
4
ca
4
c8
cc
cc
ac
aa

a
c8
4
c
aa
c
8
a8
c4
a8
c8
8
c4
c8
a8
ac
aa

To make it satisfy the criteria, line 9 should be replaced with the following big number. I think this should be valid just like those Unary variants.

  • It has 654735956090596524969487305034951423963889232095233272969286710339641355902659268643472907068639271108820740393436106590773296263764644599368304778650025965599516462256150998007466867979237499446604136790740902258939239161694474806322070709923126730285884312696992964524737041784270695028341148581679653336449286721542786198445367766535356729715169565865920807607678630613900722713788172744051264360952312631564221349669353392544934890489839735971199450478008441573743823732948121884000213925749437653114738930413235370596262201712167849715302400000000000000234 digits.
  • Every digit that has 4109527714173620014271192135615819980149748934951677499623857818618801276212206327654950831404071330954232878836395346962954202538476535987403920483325378835064959624187891476909072253512354662379230835497647226755470473642747146485760293230336401802073590883942400000000000000000 * k digits to its right is an a. So the last digit is an a where k = 0, and there are 159321460184447640588063043795531819638245990121854536131792918542864566418397339281153516086677425424423723475531974684547855358001230183547851703274577276601612622258171727288003902331619018508731805969660163575803761844794365403871421372122820829226554024584224464882571689865777 of them.
  • Every digit that is not on those positions is an 8.

Note that the constructed number is in base 16 (but numbers in the above description is in base 10). If my calculation is correct, it should be the same as the original number in the program mod 8*(16^234-1)/15. Any number large enough and satisfy this criterion should work, but I don't know how to construct a shorter one with only 4 8 a c.

Output is quote 1:

"Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn." - Rhett Butler

with a leading and a trailing newline.

Previously forbidden:

?!"#$%&'()*+,-./01235679:;<=>@[\]^_` AbBCdDeEfFgGhHiIjJklLmMnNoOpPqQrRstTuUvVWxXyYzZ{|}~

Remaining characters: 4 8 S a c w.

Explanation

Subskin is an OISC where the instruction is to subtract, and skip the next instruction if the result is negative. The first 3 fields in the memory is mapped to the instruction pointer, output, and input. The instruction pointer can be used as "goto", and reading it can yield some numbers that aren't otherwise available using the only usable characters.

At first I tried to compress the code into the digits in some base. But I couldn't golf it into 64 lines. So I switched to the modulus approach which removed a level of loop.

It is basically just the greatest common divisor algorithm. A/B is extracted at each step. Then set A = B and B = A mod B and continue.

More accurately, when A>B it increments the current data, otherwise it swaps the numbers and moves the pointer. After that the smaller number is subtracted from the greater number.

Finally the self-extraction code overrides something in the loop and breaks it, and it continues to the extracted code. The extracted code is quite straight-forward.

Code

a       Start execution at 10.
a       The first byte of output cannot be suppressed without the minus character.
        But fortunately it can still output a leading newline,
        and this is allowed in the question.
cc      Input, not used.
0       Only used in the extracted code.
A  (*4) Data number A + 4, or the accumulator at run-time.
cc
cc
cc
B  (*8) Data number B.
cc
4  (*a) Start execution here. It moves A to *a8 at the first time,
        and the accumulator - 4 to the current position at later times.
a       Minus 4, which is the smallest addressable number defined at the beginning.
a8 (*c) The pointer for self-extraction. Initially it point to the position of A
        at run-time, and this instruction moves *4 there. Then it is decremented,
        and the memory before *a8 is used for storing the extracted code.
        Constant definitions:
0       *ac = current address - 4 = 9.
a
ac
ac      *aa = 5.
a
aa
aa      *aa = 1.
a
aa
ac      *ac = 8.
aa
ac
aa      *c8 = 0.
aa
c8
8       Check if B > A. True at the first time so the initializations could be done.
a8
cc
c8        If yes, *ca = -1 (just another constant), and skip the next instruction.
aa
ca
a8        If no (B <= A), A -= B.
8
a8
4       Increment the accumulator. It has no effects if B > A.
ca
4
c8      If B < A (before the A -= B if that is executed):
cc
cc
ac        Go back to the starting position.
aa
0
a       Reset the accumulator to 4 (which means 0 when writing to the target position).
c8
4
c       Decrement the pointer for extraction.
aa
c
8       Swap A and B and A -= B.
a8
c4
a8
c8
8
c4
c8
a8
ac      Go back to the starting position.
aa
0       Finally the extraction code overrides this field and change it to 4,
        making it a no-op, so the execution continues.
6e      Jump to the beginning of extracted code.
aa
0
(29 times 0, not used.)
a6(*60) The pointer for output. And this just output the character at the pointer.
3
1
60      Decrement the pointer for output.
aa
60
60      Check if there is still data to output.
6d
4
6e        If yes, continue the output loop.
aa
0
a9        If no, access the undefined address *a9 to end the program.
6f(*6d) The position of the end of output.
5e(*6e) The starting position of the output loop.
(The reversed data.)
X       The junk data at the beginning of the extraction.
A (*a8) Number A at run-time.

Generation

Assume A and B after the extraction progress to be n and m. It is easy to reverse this progress and get A and B (before the useful data begins) in terms of n and m. And A = an + bm, B = cn + dm. Set A to an arbitrary number that is large enough, and can make n and m both positive (and uses only the available characters). n and m can be calculated using modular inversion. Then B is determined by n and m.

But it isn't easy to make B also consist of only those characters. I used an extra step that should only extract some harmless junk data. So the new B would be kA + B where k is a positive integer. It's easy to see such a k exists. But I'm not sure whether it is possible to find one that is short enough to be testable. And I used Fermat's little theorem to find one that works in theory.

I have only one #2 language left.

72. x86_64 assembly (nasm), uses no *

BITS    64
extern  _exit
global  main

q:  dd  21111642486/11
    dd  7621846918/14
    dd  44456111856/24
    dd  572619118
    dd  21141585696/17
    dd  5982995755/11
    dd  49922657928/26
    dd  27216242192/16
    dd  11&~1

main:
    dd  89851824/6
    db  255
    db  255
    db  255
    db  72
    db  184
    dq  q
    db  72
    db  274/2
    db  198
    dd  2416/2
    db  2
    dd  87241517818/26
    dd  17268/2
    db  2/4
    db  15
    db  5

    db  49
    db  255
    call    _exit

Uses 61 tabs and 36 newlines.

Output is quote 68:

"Here's Johnny!" - Jack Torrance

Previously forbidden: py3\" ';({s[)<+.@=-,X0

This uses a write system call with the number 0x2000001, which probably only works on OS X. Assembling, linking and running:

nasm -f macho64 codegolf.asm
ld -e main codegolf.o -lc
./a.out
  • Best. Quote. Ever. Kudos! – Conor O'Brien Dec 18 '14 at 1:21

71. GolfScript, uses no /

:?546]84]616]869]121]295]114]1125]288]872]2149]882]2661]289]1826]544]45]1568]67]97]2162]111]876]1824]65]622]878]2917]2592]582]2418]4197]4965]1644]617]1646]615]?^

Output is quote 69:

"They're here!" - Carol Anne Freeling

Previously forbidden: py3\" ';({s[)<+.@=-,X0*

Thanks to Peter Taylor letting me in on some GolfScript quirks for constructing the string. First, I can get an empty string without using quotes, by assigning the (empty) STDIN contents to a variable (? in this case). Then I'm constructing a nested array of numbers which, taken mod 256, are the desired code points. By adding multiples of 256 I can avoid duplicates and numbers containing 0 and 3. Lastly I push the empty string with ? and take the symmetric set difference. This flattens the array and coerces it into a string, where GolfScript only cares about the remainder mod 256.

Test it here.

91. Marbelous, uses no \

6D......69
72726F7169
+1+1......
7460204261
......+1..
4C6E726574
2121202D20
6F65206974
206E757420
22526E6170
..+1......

Output is quote 96:

"Snap out of it!" - Loretta Castorini

Previously forbidden: py3

95. Python

print('"I\'m the king of the world!" - Jack Dawson')

Output is quote 100:

"I'm the king of the world!" - Jack Dawson

None forbidden.

  • 20
    The difference in votes between this answer and this answer is the enigma that is Stack Exchange. – Calvin's Hobbies Oct 30 '14 at 21:23

73. AppleScript, uses no 0

(All the "spaces" are "tabs", as permitted by OP. There are 25 tabs and 8 newlines.)

Set c   to  146/2&115&2*16&525/5&116&2*16&115&97&51*2&1111/11&126/2&2*17&2*16&45&2*16&68&114&46&2*16&67&2*52&114&525/5&115&116&525/5&97&2*55&2*16&166/2&122&1111/11&2*54&2*54
Set e   to  2*17
Set d   to  aScii   character   of  e
rePeat  with    i   in  c
Set d   to  d&aScii character   of  i
end rePeat
diSPlaY alert   d

Output is quote 70:

"Is it safe?" - Dr. Christian Szell

Previously forbidden: py3\" ';({s[)<+.@=-,X


Here we first construct the variable c which is a list of ASCII codes of the quote. In AppleScript, number & number produces the 2-element list {number, number}, and list & number appends the number to the list, so it allows us to avoid using { or ,. Additionally, & has lower priority than * and /, so we can create the whole list in one line, avoiding the ( or creating variables (which wastes 3 tabs).

After that, we convert the list of numbers c into the string d. Again we use & here, since string & string is concatenation. AppleScript is case-insensitive, so we could use diSPlaY to workaround the pys characters.

  • Ah, I tried making an AppleScript answer too, but I didn't know that the keywords were case-insensitive, so I couldn't use set and failed. I had answer for quote #62, but I can't use that now ;P – Tyilo Oct 29 '14 at 15:08

57. Burlesque (uses no |)

New lines are for clarification only, but the tabs are necessary. There are 4 tabs.

??9!!JJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ
?iJ
?iJJ
?i?i?i?i?iJJ
?i?i?i?i?iJJ
?i
61118256541846584114424692216989142925962811646445822862641986546895526246185888152124859614142688
    41224222121111121111121111211111111114221112222112121211424411124111124222222211114424211211111121
$$6tdfCtiB!
j54ia
j5ia
j29ia
j9ia
j41?d?d?d?dia
j1?dia
j59ia
j59ia
j8?dia
j14ia
j21?dia
j24ia
j26ia
j41?d?d?d?dia
j41ia
j48ia
j52ia
j55ia
j61?dia
j65ia
j68?dia
j69?i?i?i?i?iia
j69?i?i?i?i?i?i?iia
j82ia
86
    29B!ZZ1!!1ia
61
    21B!ZZ1!!81?d?d?dia
48
    26B!ZZ1!!85ia
Q

Output is quote 87:

"Sawyer, you're going out a youngster, but you've got to come back a star!" - Julian Marsh

Previously forbidden: "'&()*+-,./\037;<=>@_[sovy pezxX]^{}~


Burlesque is similar to GolfScript, but usually each command is 2-character long. The construction is like this:

  1. Burlesque supports arbitrary-precision integer, and also allows conversion to base 36. So we first encode all the lower case characters in base 36:

       awyeryouregoingoutayoungsterbutyouvegottocomebackastarulianarsh₃₆
    == 3379063095879820583038345369081212641008420750861587542962343112066870047037314854758539\
       9600704049₁₀
    
  2. Unfortunately, this number contains too much 0, 3 and 7, and all arithmetic symbols (+-*/) are banned... Usually we could use modulus, but Burlesque uses the sequence .% which the dot is also unavailable. Fortunately, the xor operator is strangely $$, so we could try to construct this by xor-ing two numbers free of 0, 3, 7. This is the reason of the huge number 41224222….

  3. Finally we insert the remaining symbols like ,, , etc back into the string. The bad news is the "chr" function uses the sequence L[ which is again forbidden! The good news is there are various ways to construct an existing string (e.g. ?? creates the version string "Burlesque - 1.7.3" which contains a "space"), and then extract (!!) a character from it.

  4. The increment and decrement operators also use the forbidden characters .+, .-, nevertheless there are alternatives ?i, ?d that have the same effect. Thus we could generate the whole ASCII spectrum from this.

34. 6502 machine code + Apple II System Monitor (uses no b)

(Uses 1 tab)

262G    a!mwfl%mDmqli!flqlPmqljjPfuGf!T%wGK!96H4wGH4K2O!R!F%w9uGwGr?wGi299D!H2T%wGw%K2K!K!96F!9%jjjjjflPwP!fmjjjjjPwfmfm6m%lHjjPwflflflflclclclclfljclflclVljHHjjPqPDClflClflflclclclclclclflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflfljj6mP6

Output is quote 41:

"We rob banks." - Clyde Barrow

Previously forbidden: "#$&'()*+,-./01357:;<=>@[\]^_ ABdeEghIJLMNopQksUvWxXyYzZ{|}~

Remaining characters:

  • Symbols: ! % ? `
  • Numbers: 2 4 6 89
  • Uppercase: CD FGH K OP RST V
  • Lowercase: a c f ij lmn qr tu w

Run on Apple //e (or emulator). Make sure the tab character is copied as a tab and not spaces.


This is a combination of the ideas of the 80386 machine code + DOS answer and my earlier Applesoft BASIC answer.

For those unfamiliar, the System Monitor on Apple II computers is a very low-level interpreter/debugger that allows you to modify memory and run code (if you're running a BASIC interpreter, you can enter the System Monitor by doing CALL -151). The usual way to enter machine code in the System Monitor would be <addr>: <hex_byte> <hex_byte> ..., and running code is done by <addr>G (G for "Go"). Entering code in the usual way uses forbidden characters; however, the input buffer for entering a line of text starts at memory 0x200. So, the one-liner tells the System Monitor to jump to 0x262, and then embedded code as ASCII follows.

Despite not being an esoteric language, the restrictions on usable opcodes make the code more closely resemble a brainfuck derivative. All that's available: reading memory (but not writing), incrementing & decrementing memory, subtracting from the accumulator, and branching on not 0. Only a couple instructions were patched up: a call to the Monitor routine that outputs a character, and the return to end the program.

Disassembly. Note that all characters input get their high bit set:

; Branch here when done to return (patched from E1)
0205-   60          RTS
;
; Output loop: at this point, $EC-$ED points to the beginning of the
; phrase, which starts at 0x21F. Each character is encoded as 2 bytes.
; The ASCII value (with high bit set) is determined by doing:
; 2 - Byte1 - 0xA1 - Byte2, where subtraction with borrow is used (and
; borrow is always set for the first subtraction).
;
; Monitor routine to output (patched from A1 ED F7)
0206-   20 ED FD    JSR   $FDED
0209-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
020B-   A5 ED       LDA   $ED
020D-   C4 ED       CPY   $ED
020F-   F1 EC       SBC   ($EC),Y
0211-   E9 A1       SBC   #$A1
0213-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
0215-   F1 EC       SBC   ($EC),Y
0217-   D0 ED       BNE   $0206
; Computed value 0. We're done, so branch to the return instruction.
0219-   F1 EC       SBC   ($EC),Y
021B-   EA          NOP   
021C-   EA          NOP   
021D-   D0 E6       BNE   $0205
;
; Encoded string resides from 0x21F-0x25C
;
025D-   EA          NOP   
025E-   EA          NOP   
025F-   EA          NOP   
0260-   EA          NOP   
0261-   EA          NOP
; Execution begins here
; First, set up $EC-$ED to point to 0x200. No writes, so
; increment until the values are 0, then increment MSB twice.
0262-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
0264-   D0 F7       BNE   $025D
0266-   D0 A1       BNE   $0209 ; Boing!
0268-   E6 ED       INC   $ED
026A-   EA          NOP   
026B-   EA          NOP   
026C-   EA          NOP   
026D-   EA          NOP   
026E-   EA          NOP   
026F-   D0 F7       BNE   $0268
0271-   E6 ED       INC   $ED
0273-   E6 ED       INC   $ED
; Zero out A, X, Y registers
0275-   B6 ED       LDX   $ED,Y
0277-   A5 EC       LDA   $EC
0279-   C8          INY   
027A-   EA          NOP   
027B-   EA          NOP   
027C-   D0 F7       BNE   $0275
; Patch up tab character to make it a return so Monitor doesn't
; parse anything after the "262G"
027E-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
0280-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
0282-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
0284-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
; "isc" is undocumented instruction that increments memory then
; subtracts the result from accumulator.
0286-   E3 EC       isc   ($EC,X)   
0288-   E3 EC       isc   ($EC,X)   
028A-   E3 EC       isc   ($EC,X)   
028C-   E3 EC       isc   ($EC,X)   
028E-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
0290-   EA          NOP   
; Patch up RTS and JSR instructions at 0x205 and 0x206
; This loop adds 0x80 to the original values to get close
0291-   E3 EC       isc   ($EC,X)   
0293-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
0295-   E3 EC       isc   ($EC,X)   
0297-   D6 EC       DEC   $EC,X
0299-   EA          NOP   
029A-   C8          INY   
029B-   C8          INY   
029C-   EA          NOP   
029D-   EA          NOP   
029E-   D0 F1       BNE   $0291
02A0-   D0 C4       BNE   $0266 ; Boing!
; Finish patching RTS and JSR
; "dcp" undocumented "decrement then compare"
02A2-   C3 EC       dcp   ($EC,X)
02A4-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02A6-   C3 EC       dcp   ($EC,X)
; Patch address of character output call F7ED -> FDED
02A8-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02AA-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02AC-   E3 EC       isc   ($EC,X)   
02AE-   E3 EC       isc   ($EC,X)   
02B0-   E3 EC       isc   ($EC,X)   
02B2-   E3 EC       isc   ($EC,X)   
02B4-   E3 EC       isc   ($EC,X)   
02B6-   E3 EC       isc   ($EC,X)   
; Move pointer up to start of encoded string
02B8-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02BA-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02BC-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02BE-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02C0-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02C2-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02C4-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02C6-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02C8-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02CA-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02CC-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02CE-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02D0-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02D2-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02D4-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02D6-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02D8-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02DA-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02DC-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02DE-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02E0-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02E2-   E6 EC       INC   $EC
02E4-   EA          NOP   
02E5-   EA          NOP   
02E6-   B6 ED       LDX   $ED,Y
; Setup done, bounce our way up to the output loop at 0x209
02E8-   D0 B6       BNE   $02A0

14. PDP-11 machine code, uses no O

4
rar
raw
rrrlratarltararltararltararlratarltararlratarlratarltararlratarlratarltararlratarltararlratarltararlratarltararlratarltararlra4cw
rrrlratarlratarltararlratarlratarlratarltararltararlratarlratarlratarltararlra8cw
rrrltararlratarlratarlratarltararltararltararlratarlratarltararlratarlratarltararltararltararlralaw
rrrlratarltararlratarltararltararlratarltararltararlratarltararlratarltararlratarlratarltararlratarltararlratarltararlranaw
rrrltararltararltararltararltararltararlratarltararlratarlratarltararlratarlratarltararltararlrarcw
rrrltararltararltararltararlratarltararlratarltararltararlratarlratarlratarltararltararltararlratcw
rrrlratarltararltararltararlratarlratarltararlratarltararltararlratarlratarltararlratarltararlratarltararlra449nlarc9nnatcrl4K4KDcDcDcDc    u444444DuS4S4S4SaS4S4S4S4SaDuc4cac4c4c4c4caKac4caDuSaKaKaSaSaS4KaSaS4S4SaKaSaDuc4c4cacacaKac4c4cac4DuS4S4S4S4S4S4S4S4S4Ducac4c4c4c4c4caKacacaKaDuKaSaKaSaKaSaKaKaSaS4S4S4S4KaSaw
rrrl4K4Kw
rrw
rruulnau8DK
KcScu
wrl48494444SD44K44D4n44SD44K44D4l84KD484D9K4DD4449D444D9K444D44DDD44DDD44K4884444DD944SDD8

r8wt44ucD8
uK8Scnn wuKwK4uauK4luwKwKu4wcnn wuKwK4uauK4lwwKwKr8wa8uSu44DcDrnurwrwlKwlltuwaKcltwwwnSwrDrturwrwlKwlKatwtKwlulwtnnwnDltrrnuntKwlcnwtcDcrDKnlSKrllluwtwwwDltwannwn8na

Output is quote 28:

"Play it, Sam. Play 'As Time Goes By.'" - Ilsa Lund

Previously forbidden:

?!"#$%&'()*+,-./0123567:;<=>@[\]^_` AbBCdeEFfgGhHiIjJkLmMNopPqQRsTUvVWxXyYzZ{|}~

Remaining characters:

  • Numbers: 4 8 9
  • Uppercase: D K S
  • Lowercase: a c l n r t u w

A few technical details:

  • All linebreaks use unix style (1 byte 0x0a)
  • There is no linebreak at the end of the file (though it shouldn't matter)
  • There are 3 tab characters
  • File size is 1260 bytes

To verify this code, I used the Ersatz-11 simulator. To run the code, write the code into a file test.pdp, run the simulator, and enter:

load test
go

The result:

...
E11>load test
E11>go
"Play it, Sam. Play 'As Time Goes By.'" - Ilsa Lund

%HALT
...

Source code (all numbers are in octal notation):

clr 60562(r4)
;
com 60562(r2)
com 71162(pc) ; nop
;
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = ffff b = ffff
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = fffe b = ffff
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = fffd b = ffff
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = fffc b = ffff
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = fffc b = fffb
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = fff7 b = fffb
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = fff7 b = fff2
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = fff7 b = ffe9
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = ffe0 b = ffe9
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = ffe0 b = ffc9
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = ffe0 b = ffa9
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = ff89 b = ffa9
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = ff89 b = ff32
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = febb b = ff32
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = febb b = fded
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = fca8 b = fded
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = fca8 b = fa95
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = f73d b = fa95
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = f73d b = f1d2
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = e90f b = f1d2
add 60562(r1), 61464(r2) ; contains patch1
com 71162(pc)
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = e90f b = dae1
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = e90f b = c3f0
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = acff b = c3f0
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = acff b = 70ef
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = acff b = 1dee
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = acff b = caed
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 77ec b = caed
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 42d9 b = caed
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 42d9 b = 0dc6
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 42d9 b = 509f
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 42d9 b = 9378
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = d651 b = 9378
add 60562(r1), 61470(r2) ; contains patch2
com 71162(pc)
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 69c9 b = 9378
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 69c9 b = fd41
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 69c9 b = 670a
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 69c9 b = d0d3
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 3a9c b = d0d3
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 0b6f b = d0d3
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = dc42 b = d0d3
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = dc42 b = ad15
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = dc42 b = 8957
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 6599 b = 8957
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 6599 b = eef0
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 6599 b = 5489
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = ba22 b = 5489
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 0eab b = 5489
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 6334 b = 5489
add 60562(r1), 60554(r2) ; contains addr of patch1
com 71162(pc)
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 6334 b = b7bd
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 1af1 b = b7bd
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 1af1 b = d2ae
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = ed9f b = d2ae
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = c04d b = d2ae
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = c04d b = 92fb
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 5348 b = 92fb
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = e643 b = 92fb
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = e643 b = 793e
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 5f81 b = 793e
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 5f81 b = d8bf
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 3840 b = d8bf
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 3840 b = 10ff
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 3840 b = 493f
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 817f b = 493f
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 817f b = cabe
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 4c3d b = cabe
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 4c3d b = 16fb
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 6338 b = 16fb
add 60562(r1), 60556(r2) ; contains addr of patch2
com 71162(pc)
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 7a33 b = 16fb
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 912e b = 16fb
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = a829 b = 16fb
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = bf24 b = 16fb
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = d61f b = 16fb
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = ed1a b = 16fb
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = ed1a b = 0415
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = f12f b = 0415
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = f12f b = f544
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = f12f b = e673
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = d7a2 b = e673
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = d7a2 b = be15
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = d7a2 b = 95b7
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 6d59 b = 95b7
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 0310 b = 95b7
add 60562(r1), 61562(r2) ; contains addr of cmd1
com 71162(pc)
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 98c7 b = 95b7
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 2e7e b = 95b7
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = c435 b = 95b7
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 59ec b = 95b7
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 59ec b = efa3
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 498f b = efa3
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 498f b = 3932
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 82c1 b = 3932
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = bbf3 b = 3932
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = bbf3 b = f525
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = bbf3 b = b118
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = bbf3 b = 6d0b
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 28fe b = 6d0b
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 9609 b = 6d0b
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 0314 b = 6d0b
add 60562(r1), 61564(r2) ; contains addr of cmd2
com 71162(pc)
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 0314 b = 701f
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 7333 b = 701f
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = e352 b = 701f
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 5371 b = 701f
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 5371 b = c390
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 5371 b = 1701
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 6a72 b = 1701
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 6a72 b = 8173
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = ebe5 b = 8173
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 6d58 b = 8173
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 6d58 b = eecb
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = 6d58 b = 5c23
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = c97b b = 5c23
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = c97b b = 259e
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = ef19 b = 259e
add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; a = ef19 b = 14b7
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; a = 03d0 b = 14b7
add 60562(r1), 32064(r2) ; contains value of r3
add @60554(r0), @61562(r1)
add @60556(r0), @61564(r1)
;
add 45464(r1), 45464(r2) ; nop
add (r5), r4
add (r5), r4
add (r5), r4
add (r5), r4
ash (r1), r4
;
; must be at address 0x310 (01420)
.word 32064 ; patch it with 0xe90f - it becomes...
            ; mov 32064(r5), r3
.word 32064
.word 32064 ; patch it with 0xd651 - it becomes...
            ; inc r5
;
; patch the patcher
;
ash r4, r5
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
add r5, (r3)+ ; [3] = 0x443c
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
add r5, (r3)+ ; [8] = 0x727b
ash r4, r5
bit (r1)+, -(r3)
add r5, -(r3) ; [7] = 0x0a85
bit (r1)+, -(r3)
bit (r1)+, -(r3)
bit (r1)+, -(r3)
bit (r1)+, -(r3)
add r5, -(r3) ; [2] = 0x7571
add r5, (r3) ; [2] = 0x7581
bit (r1)+, -(r3)
add r5, -(r3) ; [0] = 0x7585
ash r4, r5
add r5, (r3)+ ; [0] = 0x75c5
add r5, (r3) ; [1] = 0x6eac
add r5, (r3) ; [1] = 0x6eec
add r5, (r3)+ ; [1] = 0x6f2c
add r5, (r3)+ ; [2] = 0x75c1
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
add r5, (r3) ; [4] = 0x0a8b
add r5, (r3)+ ; [4] = 0x0acb
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
add r5, (r3)+ ; [7] = 0x0ac5
add r5, (r3) ; [8] = 0x72bb
add r5, (r3)+ ; [8] = 0x72fb
ash r4, r5
bit (r1)+, -(r3)
bit (r1)+, -(r3)
add r5, -(r3) ; [6] = 0x6453
add r5, -(r3) ; [5] = 0x644b
add r5, -(r3) ; [4] = 0x0bcb
add r5, (r3) ; [4] = 0x0ccb
bit (r1)+, -(r3)
bit (r1)+, -(r3)
add r5, -(r3) ; [1] = 0x702c
bit (r1)+, -(r3)
ash r4, r5
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
ash r4, r5
add r5, -(r3) ; [8] = 0x82fb
bit (r1)+, -(r3)
bit (r1)+, -(r3)
bit (r1)+, -(r3)
bit (r1)+, -(r3)
bit (r1)+, -(r3)
add r5, -(r3) ; [2] = 0x85c1
add r5, (r3) ; [2] = 0x95c1
add r5, -(r3) ; [1] = 0x802c
add r5, -(r3) ; [0] = 0x85c5
add r5, (r3) ; [0] = 0x95c5
ash r4, r5
add r5, (r3) ; [0] = 0xd5c5
add r5, (r3)+ ; [0] = 0x15c5
add r5, (r3) ; [1] = 0xc02c
add r5, (r3)+ ; [1] = 0x002c
add r5, (r3) ; [2] = 0xd5c1
add r5, (r3)+ ; [2] = 0x15c1
add r5, (r3) ; [3] = 0x843c
add r5, (r3) ; [3] = 0xc43c
add r5, (r3)+ ; [3] = 0x043c
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
bit (r1)+, (r3)+
add r5, (r3) ; [8] = 0xc2fb
add r5, (r3)+ ; [8] = 0x02fb
;
com 71162(pc)
add 45464(r1), 45464(r2) ; nop
com 71162(pc)
com 71162(pc)
;
; ------------------------
; must be at address 0x3d0 (01720)
.word 072565
.word 067154
.word 072541
.word 042070
.word 005113
.word 061513
.word 061523
.word 005165
.word 071167
; After patching, this code becomes...
; mov #51, r5
; mov #002074, r1
; patch_loop:
; asl (r3)
; add (r1)+, (r3)
; add (r1)+, (r3)+
; dec r5
; bne patch_loop
;
.byte 154, 064
.byte 070, 064
.byte 071, 064
.byte 064, 064
.byte 064, 123
.byte 104, 064
.byte 064, 113
.byte 064, 064
.byte 104, 064
.byte 156, 064
.byte 064, 123
.byte 104, 064
.byte 064, 113
.byte 064, 064
.byte 104, 064
.byte 154, 070
.byte 064, 113
.byte 104, 064
.byte 070, 064
.byte 104, 071
.byte 113, 064
.byte 104, 104
.byte 064, 064
.byte 064, 071
.byte 104, 064
.byte 064, 064
.byte 104, 071
.byte 113, 064
.byte 064, 064
.byte 104, 064
.byte 064, 104
.byte 104, 104
.byte 064, 064
.byte 104, 104
.byte 104, 064
.byte 064, 113
.byte 064, 070
.byte 070, 064
.byte 064, 064
.byte 064, 104
.byte 104, 071
.byte 064, 064
.byte 123, 104
.byte 104, 070
;
; After patching, this code becomes...
; mov #32, r1
; mov #002006, r0
;out_loop:
; tstb @#0177564
; bpl out_loop
; mov (r0),@#0177566
; swab (r0)
;out_wait:
; tstb @#0177564
; bpl out_wait
; mov (r0)+,@#0177566
; dec r1
; bpl out_loop
; halt
; "Play it, Sam. Play 'As Time Goes By.'" - Ilsa Lund
;
.byte 12, 12 ; linebreaks for "readability"
.byte 162, 070
.byte 167, 164
.byte 064, 064
.byte 165, 143
.byte 104, 070
.byte 012, 165
.byte 113, 070
.byte 123, 143
.byte 156, 156
.byte 011, 167
.byte 165, 113
.byte 167, 113
.byte 064, 165
.byte 141, 165
.byte 113, 064
.byte 154, 165
.byte 167, 113
.byte 167, 113
.byte 165, 064
.byte 167, 143
.byte 156, 156
.byte 011, 167
.byte 165, 113
.byte 167, 113
.byte 064, 165
.byte 141, 165
.byte 113, 064
.byte 154, 167
.byte 167, 113
.byte 167, 113
.byte 162, 070
.byte 167, 141
.byte 070, 165
.byte 123, 165
.byte 064, 064
.byte 104, 143
.byte 104, 162
.byte 156, 165
.byte 162, 167
.byte 162, 167
.byte 154, 113
.byte 167, 154
.byte 154, 164
.byte 165, 167
.byte 141, 113
.byte 143, 154
.byte 164, 167
.byte 167, 167
.byte 156, 123
.byte 167, 162
.byte 104, 162
.byte 164, 165
.byte 162, 167
.byte 162, 167
.byte 154, 113
.byte 167, 154
.byte 113, 141
.byte 164, 167
.byte 164, 113
.byte 167, 154
.byte 165, 154
.byte 167, 164
.byte 156, 156
.byte 167, 156
.byte 104, 154
.byte 164, 162
.byte 162, 156
.byte 165, 156
.byte 164, 113
.byte 167, 154
.byte 143, 156
.byte 167, 164
.byte 143, 104
.byte 143, 162
.byte 104, 113
.byte 156, 154
.byte 123, 113
.byte 162, 154
.byte 154, 154
.byte 165, 167
.byte 164, 167
.byte 167, 167
.byte 104, 154
.byte 164, 167
.byte 141, 156
.byte 156, 167
.byte 156, 070
.byte 156, 141

It's easier to explain how this works from the beginning to the end. The output part is like this (each iteration outputs 2 bytes):

mov #32, r1
mov #002006, r0
out_loop:
 tstb @#0177564
 bpl out_loop
 mov (r0),@#0177566
 swab (r0)
out_wait:
 tstb @#0177564
 bpl out_wait
 mov (r0)+,@#0177566
 dec r1
 bpl out_loop
 halt
 ----- "Play it, Sam. Play 'As Time Goes By.'" - Ilsa Lund

This code contains many forbidden bytes, both in the code and in the output message. To fix that, the code is scrambled: each word (16 bits) is represented as a sum of 3 numbers:

code = 2 * a + b + c

Patching (unscrambling) code:

 mov #51, r5
 mov #002074, r1
patch_loop:
 asl (r3)
 add (r1)+, (r3)
 add (r1)+, (r3)+
 dec r5
 bne patch_loop

This code itself contains forbidden bytes, but it is much shorter (9 words). The patcher that descrambles this code only uses permitted bytes (it's under the "patch the patcher" comment in the source), so it has a very limited set of operations (basically, just "add"), so patching many bytes would be too much code.

Using this patcher is not straightforward. To patch large amounts of data with simple code, I needed instructions like add r5, (r3)+ and add r5, -(r3) - and the only registers that could be used like this were r3 and r5. Unfortunately, no allowed commands can be used to initialize these registers, so I had to patch instructions that did that:

mov 32064(r5), r3
inc r5

This required patching only 2 words.

I have searched for quite some time for a way to do the patching; the only way I came up with was using the infamous "indirect" mode:

... (much preparation here)
add @60554(r0), @61562(r1)
add @60556(r0), @61564(r1)

To run these two instructions, quite a bit of preparation is needed:

  • Store a patching value (patch1) in memory
  • Store a pointer to the patching mask in memory
  • Store a pointer to the instruction to be patched in memory

To generate all these constants, I used the following instructions:

add 60562(r1), 60564(r2) ; add a to b
add 60564(r1), 60562(r2) ; add b to a

They use words at addressed 060562 and 060564 as temporary variables; a right arrangement of these two instructions can generate any value in 10-20 steps.


Instructions used in this code (excluding any that are patched):

clr offset(rN)    - a no-op; its machine code is used to obtain the number 2
com offset(rN)    - used to obtain the number -1
add offset1(rN), offset2(rM) -  used for arithmetic
add @offset1(rN), @offset2(rM)
com offset(pc)    - a no-op (it actually writes junk to memory)
add (r5), r4      - one of a few "sane" instructions!
ash r4, r5        - another useful sane instruction
bit ...           - used for its only side effect - increment or decrement
add r5, (r3)+     }
add r5, (r3)      } By luck, all of these commands can be used!
add r5, -(r3)     }

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With the trailing linefeed (that must be present), there are exactly 64 linefeeds in this code.

Executing it prints the second quote:

"I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse." - Vito Corleone

Thanks to @jimmy23013 for pointing me to this challenge.

Verification

Since this above code works in the online interpreter, uses no spaces (pure 23), no xs (23.ixsy) and no commas (23.dezsy), I assume it's valid 23.easy (undocumented), which just takes line length into account.

The code (read backwards) is equivalent to the following 23.dezsy code:

17,62,34,73,39,109,32,103,111,110,110,97,32,109,97,107,101,32,104,105,109,32,97,110,32,111,102,102,101,114,32,104,101,32,99,97,110,39,116,32,114,101,102,117,115,101,46,34,32,45,32,86,105,116,111,32,67,111,114,108,101,111,110,101

17,62 instructs the interpreter to print the 62 integers that follow as characters.

The interpreter seems to require one more character on each line than it should. I assume this is to account for Windows-style newlines. To make the code work according to the spec (or in a browser that introduces carriage returns), remove one K from each line.

To test the code, paste it in the Source area, press Enter to insert the trailing linefeed, type 23 in the Console area (to switch from the default 23.dezsy notation to auto-detection) and click Run Interpreter!.

66 - Pyth, uses no e

DSGRjkmCdGJC96P:Sj4142h118J:Sj9927h112J:Sjt11641t112J:Sj11154t115J:SjxT14142t122J:Sj4128h125J:Sj11154t115J:Sj4128h125J:Sj11196t112J:Sjt14254t122J:Sj12195t112J:Sj12752t114J:Sj5248h111J:Sj4142h118J:Sj4128h125J:Sj5181h112J:Sj4128h125J:Sj9116t111J:Sj12528h111J:Sj14126h121J:Sj11154t115J:Sj4128h125J:Sj8566t111J:Sj12528h111J:Sj11976t111J:Sj11646t111J:Sj12416h111J:Sj11711t116JJ

Output is quote 62:

"What a dump." - Rosa Moline

Uses the characters 12456789:CDGJPRSTdhjkmtx.

Previously forbidden: z" &'()*+,-./03;<=>@X[\]psy{

It's based on a series of regex substitutions - : in pyth, each replacing `, the backtick character, with a two character string containing a new character followed by a backtick.

The substitutions are all applied to an original string of just ` (J).

The two letter strings are generated by using the base changing function, j, on a number and a base to generate an list entry of numbers, which are then ASCII encoded into a 2 character string by the newly defined S function.

Explanation:

DSGRjkmCdG                 define S, which makes a string out of a list of ASCII numbers
JC96                       J = "`"
P                          print all but the last character of
:Sj4142h118J               "` <- `
:Sj9927h112J               W` <- `
:Sjt11641t112J             h` <- `
:Sj11154t115J              a` <- `
:SjxT14142t122J            t` <- `
:Sj4128h125J                ` <- `
:Sj11154t115J              a` <- `
:Sj4128h125J                ` <- `
:Sj11196t112J              d` <- `
:Sjt14254t122J             u` <- `
:Sj12195t112J              m` <- `
:Sj12752t114J              p` <- `
:Sj5248h111J               .` <- `
:Sj4142h118J               "` <- `
:Sj4128h125J                ` <- `
:Sj5181h112J               -` <- `
:Sj4128h125J                ` <- `
:Sj9116t111J               R` <- `
:Sj12528h111J              o` <- `
:Sj14126h121J              s` <- `
:Sj11154t115J              a` <- `
:Sj4128h125J                ` <- `
:Sj8566t111J               M` <- `
:Sj12528h111J              o` <- `
:Sj11976t111J              l` <- `
:Sj11646t111J              i` <- `
:Sj12416h111J              n` <- `
:Sj11711t116J              e` <- `
J                          Starting with `
  • You forgot the omission of z from 66 in your chart. This breaks the chain as the next entry is on the second page. – archaephyrryx Oct 30 '14 at 19:54

60. Forth (uses no ^)

(There are 54 new lines and 51 tabs.)

116 114 115
HEx
22  EMIT
41  EMIT
SPACE
62  EMIT
6F  EMIT
DECIMAL 121 EMIT
81  42  MOD EMIT
DUP EMIT
SPACE
98  EMIT
HEx 65  EMIT
DUP EMIT
2   PICK    EMIT
SPACE
66  EMIT
OVER    EMIT
69  EMIT
65  EMIT
6E  EMIT
64  EMIT
SPACE
69  EMIT
DUP EMIT
SPACE
68  EMIT
69  EMIT
DUP EMIT
SPACE
6D  EMIT
6F  EMIT
2   PICK    EMIT
68  EMIT
65  EMIT
OVER    EMIT
2E  EMIT
22  EMIT
SPACE
2D  EMIT
SPACE
4E  EMIT
6F  EMIT
OVER    EMIT
6D  EMIT
61  EMIT
6E  EMIT
SPACE
42  EMIT
61  EMIT
2   PICK    EMIT
65  EMIT
DUP EMIT
BYE

Output is quote 56:

"A boy's best friend is his mother." - Norman Bates

Previously forbidden: "'&()*+-,./\037;<=>@X_[sovy pez]{}

59. Applesoft BASIC, uses no ~

(Uses 11 newlines)

1HOME:PRINT:PRINT:CALL2111:END
2REMWARNING!ABUSEOFLANGUAGEBELOW!!!!!!
4VTAB#PR#STOREONERREEEDELEIEIADELFPR#RETURNEDELGEGIENDDELHEHITANDELIDEFP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
5VTABLPR#EGHGREGRVTABLPR#EGHGREGRVTABAPR#EGHGREGRVTABHPR#EHHGREGRGRDEFP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
6VTABEPR#EGHGREGRVTABIPR#EGHGREGRVTABNPR#EGHGREGRVTABNPR#EGHGREGRDEFP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
8VTABAPR#EHHGREGRGRVTABMPR#EIHGREGRGRVTABBPR#EIHGREGRVTABNPR#EIHGREGRDEFP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
9VTABAPR#EGHGREGRVTABDPR#EGHGREGRVTABMPR#EIHGREGRVTABEPR#EGHGREGRDEFP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
11VTABEPR#EGHGREGRVTABDPR#EGHGREGRVTABMPR#EIHGREGRVTABAPR#EGHGREGRDEFP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
12VTABLPR#EGHGREGRGRVTABLPR#EIHGREGRVTABAPR#EGHGREGRVTABDPR#EGHGREGRDEFP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
14VTABMPR#EIHGREGRVTABEPR#EGHGREGRVTABEPR#EGHGREGRVTABDPR#EGHGREGRDEFP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
15VTABMPR#EIHGREGRVTABAPR#EGHGREGRVTABLPR#EHHGREGRVTABBPR#EIHGRE`

Output is quote 55:

"La-dee-da, la-dee-da." - Annie Hall

Previously forbidden: "'&()*+-,./\037;<=>@X_[sovy pez]^{}

Runs on an Apple //e (or emulator).

Short explanation: After clearing the screen, the "CALL 2111" jumps to the embedded 6502 machine code in lines 4-15, which writes each character directly onto the text page.

Details:

  • Line 1: Clear screen, print 2 newlines so command prompt doesn't overwrite quote, call embedded machine code that begins at Line 4, and exit.
  • Line 2: Applesoft programs are normally stored starting at address 0x0801 (2049), but I have to add padding here to make embedded machine code start at 0x83F (2111) since '0' is a forbidden character.
  • Lines 4-15: Machine code can consist only of bytes that are printable ASCII. Tokenizer will convert reserved words to single bytes that are encoded with MSB set (e.g. "VTAB"=0xA2) but it will convert lower case to upper.

Disassembly:

; Body of line 4: set up zero-page constants and index
; Y = offset from start of text page to current character
; Quote drawn right-to-left; start at offset 35 (0x23)
083F-   A2 23       LDX   #$23
0841-   8A          TXA   
0842-   A8          TAY
; Z-page 0x45-0x46 points to start of text page (0x0400)
0843-   A5 45       LDA   $45
0845-   45 45       EOR   $45
0847-   85 45       STA   $45
0849-   49 45       EOR   #$45
084B-   49 41       EOR   #$41
084D-   85 46       STA   $46
; This TXA effectively a no-op to prevent incorrect tokenization
; ("FRETURN" would get tokenized as "FRE TURN", not the desired "F RETURN")
084F-   8A          TXA   
; All characters stored as uppercase ASCII. To display correctly, MSB
; must be set, so uppercase is XORed with 0x80. To transform to lowercase,
; XOR with 0xA0; To transform to symbol, XOR with 0xE0.
;
; Store constant 0xA0 at memory 0x47 (loading A from somewhere on text
; page which had just been cleared to all 0xA0)
0850-   B1 45       LDA   ($45),Y
0852-   85 47       STA   $47
; Store constant 0x80 at memory 0x48
0854-   45 47       EOR   $47
0856-   49 80       EOR   #$80
0858-   85 48       STA   $48
; Store constant 0xE0 at memory 0x49
085A-   45 48       EOR   $48
085C-   49 E0       EOR   #$E0
085E-   85 49       STA   $49
; Embedded code too big to fit on one line (~255 char input limit) so must
; jump to body of next line. But smallest offset that can be encoded is
; 0x21 (ASCII '!') so do that and pad out rest of line with more '!'
0860-   B8          CLV   
0861-   50 21       BVC   $0884

; Body of line 5: draw last 4 characters (right-to-left)
; A = 0x4C (ASCII 'L')
0884-   A2 4C       LDX   #$4C
0886-   8A          TXA
; XOR with constant 0xA0 stored at 0x47, which shows up as 'l'   
0887-   45 47       EOR   $47
; Write to text page (0x400 + 0x23)
0889-   91 45       STA   ($45),Y
; Move 1 char to the left
088B-   88          DEY   
; Next char'l', same process (could optimize here)
088C-   A2 4C       LDX   #$4C
088E-   8A          TXA   
088F-   45 47       EOR   $47
0891-   91 45       STA   ($45),Y
0893-   88          DEY   
; Next char 'a'
0894-   A2 41       LDX   #$41
0896-   8A          TXA   
0897-   45 47       EOR   $47
0899-   91 45       STA   ($45),Y
089B-   88          DEY  
; Next char 'H' 
089C-   A2 48       LDX   #$48
089E-   8A          TXA   
089F-   45 48       EOR   $48
08A1-   91 45       STA   ($45),Y
08A3-   88          DEY   
; Decrement index an extra time since next char is a space
08A4-   88          DEY   
; Jump to body of next line after padding
08A5-   B8          CLV   
08A6-   50 21       BVC   $08C9

; ... Lines 6-14 similar ...

; Body of line 15
; '-'
0A64-   A2 4D       LDX   #$4D
0A66-   8A          TXA   
0A67-   45 49       EOR   $49
0A69-   91 45       STA   ($45),Y
0A6B-   88          DEY   
; 'a'
0A6C-   A2 41       LDX   #$41
0A6E-   8A          TXA   
0A6F-   45 47       EOR   $47
0A71-   91 45       STA   ($45),Y
0A73-   88          DEY   
; 'L'
0A74-   A2 4C       LDX   #$4C
0A76-   8A          TXA   
0A77-   45 48       EOR   $48
0A79-   91 45       STA   ($45),Y
0A7B-   88          DEY   
; '"'
0A7C-   A2 42       LDX   #$42
0A7E-   8A          TXA   
0A7F-   45 49       EOR   $49
0A81-   91 45       STA   ($45),Y
; Return from CALL
0A83-   60          RTS   

Machine code could certainly be optimized, but some quirks are due to encoding restrictions, for example:

  • Phrase is drawn right-to-left since decrementing Y is easier to encode that incrementing Y.
  • Lots of "LDX imm ; TXA" sequences because the opcode for "LDA imm" (0xA9) maps to the reserved word "COLOR=" which contains illegal char '='.

41. ADJUST (uses no L)

(There must not be any trailing new lines)

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Output is quote 50:

"Houston, we have a problem." - Jim Lovell

Previously forbidden: "#$&'()*+,-./01357:;<=>@[\]^_ BdeEghJNopQksvWxXyz{|}~

Remaining characters:

  • Symbols: ! % ? `
  • Numbers: 2 46 89
  • Uppercase: A CD FGHI K M OP RSTUV YZ
  • Lowercase: abc f ij lmn qr tu w

ADJUST is a 2D language with 1 register and 2 stacks. The code pointer starts from the lower-left corner, then walks in the northeast direction. Instructions are based on the prime factorization of the current character code, e.g. Z = 90 = 5×3×3×2, so the character Z will perform the action "5" once, "3" twice, and then "2" once. This allows us to have several ways to perform one function and avoid the forbidden characters.

The basic idea of the program is:

  1. perform enough "5" (flip last bit) and "2" (rotate right by 3 bits) to make the accumulator contain the correct ASCII code to print
  2. perform "3" (push to lighter stack and do a complicated turn) until stack #2 contains the accumulator
  3. perform "13" (pop stack 2 and print) to print that code
  4. because "3" will turn the code pointer in some complicated way, if we don't go forward horizontally we will easily break the 64-new-lines limit. So we need to do more "3"s until the direction is correct.

In step 1 we will use these letters to provide the 2 and 5's:

  • F (7×5×2)
  • R (41×2)
  • t (29×2×2)
  • 8 (7×2×2×2)

There are some 7, 29, 41 but these won't affect the final result. In step 2 we will use K (5×5×3) to provide a "3". Note that a pair of "5" is no-op.

In step 3 we choose A (13×5). In step 4 we will use n (11×5×2) to control the stack size and K to adjust the direction.

Generally, if step 1 does not contain any R, we use KAnK to print the character and move up by 4 lines. Otherwise, we use KKA to print and move down by 2 lines. Occasionally there is also a KnnK to forcefully move up by 4 lines, as the starting point must be at the lower-left corner.

If anyone is interested, here is a working environment to produce the code above. There is no automated generator.

23. Glypho, uses no %

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Output is quote 30:

"I want to be alone." - Grusinskaya

Previously forbidden: !"#$&'()*+,-./013567:;<=>@[\]^_` AbBCdeEFghIjJkLMNopqQRsTUvVWxXyYzZ{|}~

Remaining characters:

  • Symbols: ?
  • Numbers: 2 4 89
  • Uppercase: D GH K OP S
  • Lowercase: a c f i lmn r tu w

Note that this works with the Java interpreter, but that disagrees with the esolangs page on the coding of [ and +. However, the design of Glypho is such that the full instruction set is available as long as you have four distinct characters, and everything apart from loops is available if you have three, so this is a minor detail.

I had previously picked a quote that I like from a film that I've actually seen, but apparently I overlooked a rule. :(

  • 3
    Well, there goes everybody's favourite modulus tactic :P – Sp3000 Nov 27 '14 at 15:15
  • 1
    You cannot use quote 6: there's that rule "The quote number you choose must not be more than 5 below your answer number" – anatolyg Nov 27 '14 at 17:02
  • @anatolyg, I missed that rule. Thanks. Updated. – Peter Taylor Nov 27 '14 at 17:05

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