So, you're browsing Programming Puzzles & Code Golf, and you see a new challenge. The author (gasp) forgot to say "No standard Loopholes". You decide to take advantage of this situation, and you read the answer from a file/network. However, you need to make sure that your answer is actually shorter than the legitimate answers, so you golf it, too.
Write a complete program that prints out the contents of the file
definitelynottheanswer.txt to STDOUT. This text file only contains valid ASCII characters. Alternatively, the program can get the file location from STDIN or command line args. The only input allowed is the file location if you choose to get the location from the user; otherwise, no input is allowed. There is no reward for getting the file location from the user, but the user input of the file location does not count against the byte total (in other words,
definitelynottheanswer.txt wouldn't be included in the byte score).
The program must not write to STDERR.
Retrieve the file from the internet instead of a file (the URL must be user-supplied). Reward: multiply source length by 0.85
- This is code-golf, so the lowest score,
program length (bytes) * bonus, wins.
- No (other) standard loopholes.
- If the language does not support reading files from disk, it cannot be used (sorry).