To answer this question, choose one of those sites and write a program where every line of code is an anagram of the title of a different question on that site. Any questions from that site may be used as long as they have not been deleted, and were asked before this question.
The title of a question includes all characters that appear in the
Title textbox when the
edit link is clicked below a question, be they whitespace, mathjax formatting, crazy Unicode characters, whatever. (You can use the Stack Exchange API if you want to query a bunch of question titles at a time.)
The program you write must output the string that reliably appears at the top of every Stack Exchange page:
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This exact text, plus an optional trailing newline, is the only thing your program should output. There is no input. The output should go to stdout or, if that's not possible, a similar alternative.
Since doing this with only anagrams of question titles may be kind of tricky, you may optionally add one character of your choice to each line in your program, in any column. Not all lines need to have an extra character and it does not have to be the same character across lines. The character may be anything except for a line terminator. The characters in the line minus this one new character should still be a perfect anagram of a question title.
Your score is
(number of lines with no added character) + 2 * (number of lines with an added character). The lowest score wins. In case of ties the earlier answer wins.
You must provide links to all the questions you have used the titles from.
You may choose the same Stack Exchange site as someone else though you are encouraged to choose unused sites, just for some variety.
If a question you used gets deleted before the winner is chosen, your submission will be invalid, so it's best to choose well established questions.
If titles are edited on some of your questions then your submission is still valid as long as the edit history shows that your titles were correct when you posted your answer.
Comments in your program are fine.
Editing question titles to suit your needs is very bad form.