As a spin-off to my challenge over at Puzzling, your goal is to output
- You must include the numbers
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1in that order. They can be used as individual integers or concatenated together (like
1098), but the
10may not be separated into
0- no character(s) may be present between the digits. Note that, in some languages,
10may not actually represent the integer literal
10, which is acceptable.
- Your code must not contain any other numbers or pre-defined number variables or constants (so
Tin Pyth is not allowed, since it is a numeric constant).
- You must calculate
2016using numerics. Simply outputting
2016without performing any operations on the required numbers (for example, by decoding an encoded string consisting of only alphabetic characters) is not allowed. Outputting
2016in pieces (such as
16) is also not allowed; you must have a single output consisting of the numeric value
- The valid answer with the fewest bytes wins.