# Golf you a quine for great good!

Using your language of choice, golf a quine.

A quine is a non-empty computer program which takes no input and produces a copy of its own source code as its only output.

No cheating -- that means that you can't just read the source file and print it. Also, in many languages, an empty file is also a quine: that isn't considered a legit quine either.

No error quines -- there is already a separate challenge for error quines.

Points for:

• Smallest code (in bytes)
• Most obfuscated/obscure solution
• Using esoteric/obscure languages
• Successfully using languages that are difficult to golf in

The following Stack Snippet can be used to get a quick view of the current score in each language, and thus to know which languages have existing answers and what sort of target you have to beat:

var QUESTION_ID=69;
var OVERRIDE_USER=98;

getAnswers();var SCORE_REG=(function(){var headerTag=String.raw h\d
var score=String.raw \-?\d+\.?\d*
var normalText=String.raw [^\n<>]*
var strikethrough=String.raw <s>${normalText}</s>|<strike>${normalText}</strike>|<del>${normalText}</del> var noDigitText=String.raw [^\n\d<>]* var htmlTag=String.raw <[^\n<>]+> return new RegExp(String.raw <${headerTag}>+String.raw \s*([^\n,]*[^\s,]),.*?+String.raw (${score})+String.raw (?=+String.raw ${noDigitText}+String.raw (?:(?:${strikethrough}|${htmlTag})${noDigitText})*+String.raw </${headerTag}>+String.raw ))})();var OVERRIDE_REG=/^Override\s*header:\s*/i;function getAuthorName(a){return a.owner.display_name}
body='<h1>'+c.body.replace(OVERRIDE_REG,'')+'</h1>'});var match=body.match(SCORE_REG);if(match)
if(languages.hasOwnProperty(lang))
langs.push(languages[lang]);langs.sort(function(a,b){if(a.uniq>b.uniq)return 1;if(a.uniq<b.uniq)return-1;return 0});for(var i=0;i<langs.length;++i)
{var language=jQuery("#language-template").html();var lang=langs[i];language=language.replace("{{LANGUAGE}}",lang.lang).replace("{{NAME}}",lang.user).replace("{{SIZE}}",lang.size).replace("{{LINK}}",lang.link);language=jQuery(language);jQuery("#languages").append(language)}}
body{text-align:left!important}#answer-list{padding:10px;float:left}#language-list{padding:10px;float:left}table thead{font-weight:700}table td{padding:5px}
 <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="https://cdn.sstatic.net/Sites/codegolf/primary.css?v=f52df912b654"> <div id="language-list"> <h2>Winners by Language</h2> <table class="language-list"> <thead> <tr><td>Language</td><td>User</td><td>Score</td></tr></thead> <tbody id="languages"> </tbody> </table> </div><div id="answer-list"> <h2>Leaderboard</h2> <table class="answer-list"> <thead> <tr><td></td><td>Author</td><td>Language</td><td>Size</td></tr></thead> <tbody id="answers"> </tbody> </table> </div><table style="display: none"> <tbody id="answer-template"> <tr><td>{{PLACE}}</td><td>{{NAME}}</td><td>{{LANGUAGE}}</td><td><a href="{{LINK}}">{{SIZE}}</a></td></tr></tbody> </table> <table style="display: none"> <tbody id="language-template"> <tr><td>{{LANGUAGE}}</td><td>{{NAME}}</td><td><a href="{{LINK}}">{{SIZE}}</a></td></tr></tbody> </table> 

• Do you not mean, "Golf you a quine for greater good!"? – Mateen Ulhaq May 3 '11 at 2:49
• @muntoo it's a play on "Learn you a Haskell for Great Good". – Rafe Kettler May 3 '11 at 2:52

# Actually, 4 bytes

0
0



Note the trailing linefeed. Try it online!

This exploits a potential flaw in our definition of proper quine:

It must be possible to identify a section of the program which encodes a different part of the program. ("Different" meaning that the two parts appear in different positions.)

Furthermore, a quine must not access its own source, directly or indirectly.

The stack of Actually is printed backwards, so the first 0 encodes the second 0, and vice versa.

This can be verified empirically; the program

1
2



prints

2
1



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# Logicode, 136812411096 1086 bytes

var a=000101011000111101001111001011000110100000111000001010001100101010100101011010111110110001111011111101110110010001000001100101010110101111101000000010100011001010111100010101111001010111110011110001010111100101011111001111100111100010101111001010111110011111001111100111100010101111001010111110011111001111100111110011110001010111100101011111001111100111110011111001111100111100010101111001010111110011111001111100111110011111001111100111100010100101010111110000010100011001010111110011111001111100111110011111001111100111110010100101011111100101000101011011111110101111010001000001110000010100001100010110001011000101100000110001011000101100000110001011000101100000110000011000001100000110001011000101100010110001011000001100000110001011000001100000110001011000001100000110000011000001100000110001011000101100000110000011000001100000110001011000001100010110001011000101100010110000011000101010010101011110000101010111110000010100011000010101001
circ p(e)->cond e->@(e<+e><+e>><+e>>><+e>>>><+e>>>>><+e>>>>>><)+p(e>>>>>>>)/e
out p(111011011000011110010010000011000010111101)+a+p(a)


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## Explanation

This is pretty simple as far as Quines go. The first line of the program assigns a very long list of ones and zeros to a variable called a this is the binary representation of the last two lines of the program with each character represented by 7 bits.

Then I define a function that takes in a binary string and returns it as a ASCII string.

This works pretty simply:

circ p(e)->                                  #Function header
cond e->                                     #If e is non empty
@(e<+e><+e>><+e>>><+e>>>><+e>>>>><+e>>>>>><) #return the ASCII character made by the first 7 bit
+                                            #plus
p(e>>>>>>>)                                  #p of the rest of the string
/                                            #otherwise
e                                            #return e (i.e. the empty string)


Then on the last line we print var a= the binary string and the ASCII representation of the binary string.

">34co<o>o<o">34co<o>o<o


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I didn't think to do it like this until I saw Riley's answer. I have no intention to self-award the bounty, so this is non-competitive for it.

## Explanation

">34co<o>o<o">34co<o>o<o
">34co<o>o<o"               # Encodes the right half of the program as a string, in the 1st buffer.
>              # Move to the 2nd buffer.
34c           # Put the string represented by ascii 34 (") in the second buffer.
o          # Write it to STDOUT
<o        # Move to the 1st buffer, Write the contents of the string to STDOUT.
>o      # Move back to the 2nd Buffer, write it.
<o    # Move back to the 1st Buffer, write it.


## Originally... 129 Bytes...

My plan was to use:

"\x0E\x0E\x0E78g\x0EBv$/s@$@c8$vB\x0Ep$/c6Bb_$f$vgs@$/Bba\x0E$$c5$$$$1c5$$$$p" 34c >r +o< <_4 r> l +_2>^[ b rco< +>^] _1 -_1 l  where \x0E is the literal SOH. Try it online! The string is simply all the commands after it, but with a byte value 4 higher. This was because I can't store a " or a \ in the string, without it getting meta. The rest of the script, acts kind of like my other solution, however manually iterates through the string, printing each character -4. • "I have no intention to self-award the bounty." You can't. – Martin Ender Jan 13 '17 at 9:10 • The README on github doesn't seem to mention that you can push string literals. – Riley Jan 13 '17 at 14:58 • @Riley True, but you can figure that out by looking at the Threead "Hello, World!" program. – mbomb007 Jan 13 '17 at 21:56 • Question, how does string multiplication work? I was trying to get it to work on TIO (to solve your bounty), and I couldn't figure it out. – mbomb007 Jan 13 '17 at 22:00 • @mbomb007 Hopefully this will help you out. And Riley sorry about that, the readme was kind of poorly written. – ATaco Jan 14 '17 at 4:41 # Befunge-93, 17 bytes Thanks to James Holderness for pointing out that this relies on nonstandard interpreter behavior Slightly late to the party, but here goes! <@,*2+98_,#! #:<"  Try it here, but you have to copy-paste the code. The program relies on nonstandard interpreter behavior, so it'll print a bunch of leading spaces on TIO. Oops. My bad. <: sets the program direction to "left"; instruction pointer wraps around ": toggles string mode (pushes ascii value of every character until next ", which it encounters only when it wraps around) (at this point, it pushes every character to the stack & wraps around. This is where it relies on nonstandard behavior - TIO and the reference interpreter would push a bunch of spaces to the stack) :<: sets the instruction pointer direction to "left" and duplicates top of stack ! #: negates the value at the top (important because of the upcoming _); # skips the next character _,#: checks the value at the top of the stack & pops it: prints the ascii value as a character of the new top and sets the direction of the instruction pointer to right if checked character was 0; else sets the direction of the instruction pointer to left @,*2+98: prints the " at the end of the program and quits. # Bash, 65 bytes set -o history echo "set -o history" history|tail -n 2|cut -c 8-  Bash disables the command-history function in scripts, but you can turn it on manually with 'set-o history'. This first command is obviously not stored in the shell's history file, so the second command prints the same text to the terminal. The third command pulls the last two out of the history file and cleans them up for displaying. The output matches: set -o history echo "set -o history" history|tail -n 2|cut -c 8-  • reads its source no matter what – Erik the Outgolfer Jun 15 '16 at 8:39 # ><>, 9 bytes ":1-or>o#  Try it online! Exits with an error. Since the top answer reads from its source code, I present this program. ":1-or>o# "........ capture these characters : duplicate last character (#) 1- decrement it (") o output it r reverse the stack > # loop inner o output  The # is a very repulsive mirror--anything that touches it will go the other way. In this case, it is functionally the same as <. • # is the same as #! – Christopher May 21 '17 at 12:30 • No problem. I figured that something was up :P – Christopher May 21 '17 at 18:39 • I like the trick of decrementing #. +1 – Esolanging Fruit Jun 1 '17 at 15:42 # Turtlèd, 68 6353 54 bytes (newlines) rewrote @##'@r,r,r-{ +.r_}r{ +.r_}'#'@r,r,r-{ +.r_}r{ +.r_}'f  ### Try it online! Explanation @# Set character variable to #. Useful because this cannot occur in string var # # Set the string var to... '@r,r,r-{ +.r_}r{ +.r_}' This string (quotes included. coincidental) '@r,r,r Write out first three chars of program: @## -{ +.r_}r Write out the string var, then #, move right { +.r_} Write out the string var again, write # 'f overwrite last # with f  # Kotlin, 121 bytes Nobody cared enough about Kotlin to post it so... fun main(a:Array<String>){val s="fun main(a:Array<String>){val s=%c%s%1$1c;print(s.format(34,s))}";print(s.format(34,s))}


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# Groovy, 48 bytes

The language's pretty groovy too.

s="s=%c%s%c;printf(s,34,s,34)";printf(s,34,s,34)


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# Malbolge, 59851 Bytes, Non-competing.

I take no credit for this quine, all credit goes to this person

Newlines are significant, Compressed into a code snippet because otherwise this wouldn't fit.

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• Please note that Community Wiki is not a rep waiver so there is no real need for you to have marked it as such. – MD XF Jun 14 '17 at 2:54
• Unless my clipboard is playing tricks on me, your snippet shows only 46485 characters. – Dennis Jun 25 '17 at 22:29
• @Dennis Snippet is compressed – ATaco Jun 25 '17 at 22:30
• Yes. I copied the output of the Stack Snippet. Copy-pasting from the original website works fine btw. – Dennis Jun 25 '17 at 22:32
• The problem is most likely because of whitespace and/or HTML escapes. .html won't work properly for a div. – Dennis Jun 25 '17 at 22:37

## Zsh, 17 bytes

sed p<<a
sed p<<a


# Klein, 11 + 6 = 17 bytes

Martin Ender has made another Quine here

+6 from the 000 topology and the -A flag, (also works in the 001 topology)

<3+@+3<"



Try it online!

# Explanation

Like described in my earlier not so Quine the " character cannot be made with a string literal so we need to make it by doing math on a similar character, in this case the unit separator character for reasons described later. The difference between this Quine and earlier attempts is that this we can get around the restriction of having to read the string forwards by making the string itself a palindrome. This way reading backwards is the same as reading it forwards.

So when the program starts it passes through a unit separator, then hits < which turns it around, it goes through the " and pushes the entire line. :3+ turns makes a " out of the final unit separator and @ terminates the program causing it to print.

# Octave, 28 bytes

Note: This doesn't work on TIO. I guess it's because TIO doesn't store the command history. It works on the desktop version. I tried it in Octave 4.2.1.

printf('%s',[history(1){:}])


So, what's going on here?

history is a function that can be used to read and manipulate the command history.

history(n) shows the n most recent commands you have typed, numbered:

>> x = 1 + 2;
>> y = x * 3;
>> history(3)
7 x = 1 + 2;
8 y = x * 3;
9 history(3)


As you can see, x = 1 + 2 was the seventh command that was typed after the history was cleared the last time. The command history(3) is included in this list.

Now, history(1) is not a quine, since it gives:

>> history(1)
10 history(1)


However, if you assign the output from history(1) to an output, you'll get:

>> x = history(1)
x =
{
[1,1] = x = history(1)
}


It's still not a quine, but it's something we can work with.

Unwrapping this, and we're a bit closer:

>> [history(1){:}]
ans = [history(1){:}]


Notice that the entire command, including brackets are outputted.

Finally, if we print this as a string, using printf, we get:

>> printf('%s',[history(1){:}])
printf('%s',[history(1){:}])


Note: disp([history(1){:}]) almost works, but it appends a trailing newline.

• Wouldn't disp([history(1){:}])\n work for 27 bytes? – caird coinheringaahing Aug 29 '17 at 14:47

# Awk, 64 bytes

BEGIN{c="BEGIN{c=%c%s%c;printf c,34,c,34}";printf c,34,c,34}


# ><>, 8 bytes

#o<}-1:"


Try It Online

Copied the trick of copying and decrementing the # to get " from the other ><> answer, but uses both sides of the # to avoid needing to reverse the stack.

Edit: A much cleaner solution of the same length:

'rd3*>o<


Try it online!

Everyone forgets that a ' acts exactly the same as a ", but has usable divisors. Another 8 byte solution, but considered cheaty by some, 'r00g>o<

• This is the same approach I used in the comments of the Original ><> answer: Funnily enough my comment and your post were 1 day off being exactly a year apart. – Teal pelican Jan 9 '18 at 16:11
• @Tealpelican. Wait, why didn’t we just use a single quote? – Jo King Jan 19 '18 at 4:40
• I always forget ><> can use ' or " but ' is so much more useful with having some usable divisors. – Teal pelican Jan 19 '18 at 9:39

# DipDup, 6 bytes

[_:]_:


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### Explanation

[_:]        push this list
_       duplicate
:      cons


# MATL, 12 bytes

'&DtU'
&DtU



(the code has a trailing newline).

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### Explanation

'&DtU'    % Push this string
&D        % String representation (adds quote marks)
t         % Duplicate
U         % Evaluate (removes quote marks)
% Implicitly display each string followed by a newline

• I take it that it would not be shorter to do &D after t, avoiding U? – ETHproductions Oct 23 '16 at 2:56
• @ETHproductions Not sure if I understand your suggestion correctly. I think &D needs to be after t because the second part of the displayed output needs to be without quotes – Luis Mendo Oct 23 '16 at 3:00
• I mean that unevaling the string &D and then re-evaling U seems a little redundant. It's probably not shorter any other way, though, as you would likely need to use stack manipulation. – ETHproductions Oct 23 '16 at 3:03
• @ETHproductions Oh, now I see what you mean: this, right? (w is swap). As you say, it's not shorter unfortunately – Luis Mendo Oct 23 '16 at 3:08
• Yeah, that's what I meant, and that's what I figured – ETHproductions Oct 23 '16 at 3:09

# Noether, 30 bytes

"~a34BPaP34BPaP"~a34BPaP34BPaP


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Basically, this works by pushing the string and storing it in the variable a, printing quotation marks (34B where B pushes the character with ASCII code 34) then printing a twice.

• @OMᗺ That's only the Python/tio.run interpreter (which has a few bugs) . On the JS interpreter, there is no newline. – Beta Decay Aug 11 '18 at 13:59
• Alright, that's the one on TIO so I tried with that sorry! Nvm, in that case. – ბიმო Aug 11 '18 at 14:01

# Flobnar, 94 bytes

	9	f;	/*+{ ;{?06	0/9^[]={o)	*4_;=	9);];36
:
g<
0+,|!<|@17
10:_\^>|p*
+5<>
:*<  ^ <47!!!


Try it online!

There's some debate over whether the get instruction counts as reading the source code, but in this case, I'm not using it to read the executed code, but a data array on the first line (except for specifically reusing just the 9 character).

This reads and prints the data section, then reads and prints each character incremented by one to represent the code section.

### Explanation:

.
..
.....<|@..   Start at the @ going left
..........   We use the | to evaluate the code beyond it and come back here
.....
.............

:
g<
0+,|!<....   Print the character on the first line at position n plus 0
.0........   Then go down from the |
.....
.............

.9
.
..
...|!.....
..:_......   If n > 5*9 then go left at the _ and return !n
.5<.
.*<..........

.
..
...|!<....   Else go right and increment n
1.._\^....   And loop again
+...>
:............

.
..           Once we've ended the loop we come back to the original | going down
.....<|.17   And we put a 1 at the (1,4) position and repeat the main code again
.1....>|p*   This time adding 1 to each character
.....
.....^ <47...


# Runic Enchantments, 7 6 bytes

"'<~@>


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Huh, a multiple pointer quine actually works pretty well.

## Explanation:

"'<~@>
<  >   Start pointers going left and right
"'<      Left pointer pushes " to their stack
@    And terminate the IP, printing the stack (")
>   Right pointer wraps around
"        Start string literal
'<~@>   Push as string
"        End string literal
'<~     Push the < character, but pop it
@    Terminate the IP, printing the stack ('<~@>)
End the program as there are no IPs left


Edit: I realised you can replicate this with only one pointer

'<~@|"


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• Ha, didn't even see prior to posting this and you already beat me. Very clever use of the multiple IP feature. – Draco18s Oct 1 '18 at 18:22

# Whitespace, 406 bytes

DISCLAIMER: This quine was not created by me, it is created by Smithers. Because this challenge was missing a Whitespace answer I decided to post his/her. If Smithers reads this and wants to post it himself/herself I will of course delete my answer.
Sources: Smithers' website and his/her Whitespace quine source code (note: it's missing a trailing new-line).

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S _Duplicate][N
S T S N
_Call_Label_PRINT_SPACE][N
S T S N
_Call_Label_PRINT_SPACE][S S S T    S N
_Push_2][S N
T   _Swap][N
S T N
_Call_Label_RECURSIVE_PRINTER][S S S T  S T S N
_Push_10][T N
S S _Print_as_char][S N
N
_Drop][S S S T  T   N
_Push_3][S N
T   _Swap][N
S T N
_Call_Label_RECURSIVE_PRINTER][N
N
N
_Exit][N
S S N
_Create_Label_RECURSIVE_PRINTER][S N
S _Duplicate][N
T   S T N
_If_0_Jump_to_Label_DISCARD_TOP(_AND_PRINT_SPACE)][S T  S S T   N
_Copy_1][S T    S S T   N
_Copy_1][S T    S S T   N
_Copy_1][T  S T S _integer_divide][N
S T N
_Call_Label_RECURSIVE_PRINTER][T    S T T   _Modulo][S N
S _Duplicate][N
T   S T N
_If_0_Jump_to_Label_DISCARD_TOP(_AND_PRINT_SPACE)][S S S T  S S S N
_Push_8][T  S S S _Add][T   N
S S _Print_as_character][N
T   N
_Return][N
S S T   N
N
S S S N
_Create_Label_PRINT_SPACE][S S S T  S S S S S N
_Push_32][T N
S S _Print_as_character][N
T   N
_Return]


Letters S (space), T (tab), and N (new-line) added as highlighting only.
[..._some_action] added as explanation only.

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Whitespace is a stack-based language only using three characters: spaces, tabs and new-lines. In Whitespace the stack can only contain integers, and there are two options to print something to STDOUT: "Print as number" and "Print as character". In the case of "Print as character" it will print the character based on the unicode value at the top of the stack. Because whitespace uses spaces, tabs and new-lines, it means it'll have to print numbers 32, 9, and 10 respectively as characters to STDOUT for this quine.

Smithers uses a pretty ingenieus piece of code with the magic number (s)he found.

Pseudo-code:

Push 67079405567184005086107571748115383207539763039497665210559156555730234138
Duplicate top
Call function_PRINT_SPACE
Call function_PRINT_SPACE
Push 2
Swap top two
Call function_RECURSIVE_PRINTER
Push 10
Pop and print top as character
Push 3
Swap top two
Call function_RECURSIVE_PRINTER
Exit program

function_RECURSIVE_PRINTER:
Duplicate top
Make a copy of the 2nd top item of the stack
Make a copy of the 2nd top item of the stack
Make a copy of the 2nd top item of the stack
Integer-divide top two
Call function_RECURSIVE_PRINTER
Modulo top two
Duplicate top
Push 8
Pop and print top as character
Return

function_PRINT_SPACE:
Push 32
Pop and print top as character
Return


It first uses a recursive-loop which keeps integer-dividing the initial integer by 2 until it's 0. Once it's 0, it goes back over these values and does modulo-2, printing either a space (if the modulo-2 resulted in 0) or a tab (by adding 8 to the modulo-2 result of 1). This first part is used to print the magic number itself, which only consists of spaces and tabs, because pushing a number in Whitespace is done as follows (and thus doesn't contain any new-lines except for the single trailing one):

• S: Enable Stack Manipulation
• S: Push a number
• S/T: Positive/Negative respectively
• Some S/T, followed by a trailing N: The number as binary, where S=0 and T=1

After it has printed the spaces and tabs required for pushing the magic number itself, it pushes a 3 and will use the same recursive function with the magic number, integer-dividing and using modulo 3 instead of 2. Which will print the spaces (if the modulo-3 resulted in 0), or tabs/new-lines (by adding 8 to the modulo-3 result).

# Symbolic Python, 30 bytes

_="_='_='+_+';__(_)'";__(_)



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Yet another eval quine. The lack of being able to do %r in Symbolic Python is made up for Python 2's backticks, which are an alias for the repr function.

### Explanation:

_="                   ";       # Assign the string to the _ variable
__(_)  # Eval the string
_=                          # Assign to the _ variable
'_='                      # The initial _=
+_                  # The Python representation of the string
+';__(_)'         # And the final evaling part
# Implicitly output the contents of _


An alternative that doesn't use the rather long eval function comes to 31 bytes, but I actually like it more.

_=';_="_="+_+_';_="_="+_+_



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# Julia 1.0, 32 bytes

".|>[show,print]".|>[show,print]


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And here is a 35 byte quine that works in version 0.4 (And beats the previous answer):

x = "print(@show x)"
print(@show x)


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• That, sir, is amazing! – primo Jan 6 at 15:52

# Gol><>, 87 6 bytes

"r2ssH


Hopefully this is not a previously used quine, I was messing around for another challenge having to do with quines, and I ended up creating this!

2nd program (the most recent), 7 bytes

":P}rH!


Courtesy of JoKing, who knocked an entire byte off the original!

1st program (the original), 8 bytes

":P&r&H!


I know this isn't the smallest, but it is my first quine in Gol><> (I did it entirely on my own!). Link to the interpreter in the title!

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Code Breakdown

":P&r&H!


First, the " command collects all of the chars and rewraps around the program

Then the : command doubles the last symbol in the program, the !

Then this is incremented, and saved by the register

The stack is then reversed and the value is put back

Then the entire stack is outputted as characters and then the program halts

• you can use } to rotate the stack instead of &, Try it online! – Jo King Feb 5 at 23:41
• @JoKing wow, that cuts one byte off, thanks, is it okay if I put that as the answer (with credit to you of course) – KrystosTheOverlord Feb 5 at 23:53
• of course you can. PPCG is a lot about cooperative answers rather than competition and it's nice to help new users figure out shortcuts in their chosen language(s) – Jo King Feb 5 at 23:58
• @JoKing Thanks, credits are also to you! Are you a Gol><> coder, if you have any experience, do you have tips, I really like it! – KrystosTheOverlord Feb 6 at 0:16
• there's not really much Gol><> specific advice, but I would recommend getting familiar with its parent language, ><>, first. – Jo King Feb 6 at 4:36

# Attache, 695753 41 bytes

Printf[s:="Printf[s:=%s,Repr@s]",Repr@s]



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Print!Format[x:="Print!Format[x:=%s,Repr!x]",Repr!x]



In the end, the standard quine framework was most efficient :( . The 57-byter below is significantly more interesting.

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BUT I found a cooler one, also for 53 bytes!

Print!Join[q:=["Print!Join[q:=", ",Repr!q]"],Repr!q]



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## 57 bytes

Print!Format<~_,Repr!_~>["Print!Format<~_,Repr!_~>[%s]"]



This uses sneaky curried functions with blanks. When a function is called using f<~...~> syntax, it denotes a curried function. _1 represents the first curried argument, _2 the second, etc. _ is an alias for _1, so this saves us some bytes without duplicating our string.

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## 69 bytes

Save["Save[%c%s%c]Print[Format[_,34,_,34]]"]Print[Format[_,34,_,34]]



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## Explanation

Save updates the abstract variable _ with the string

"Save[%c%s%c]Print[Format[_,34,_,34]]"


Then, this string is formatted with the arguments _, 34, _, and 34. This prints the string, the character 34 (a quote), and then those two again, which is the program.

# Jelly, 3 bytes

0.0


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The .0 encodes the first 0 from not printing and .0 pushes 0.0 to the stack, printing out 0.0.

# Fueue, 411391381 376 bytes

(5(2(7(1(8(0(0(4(0(2(5(2(4(9(9(0(4(9(0(2(4(2(8(2(1(6(9(0(6(2(9(5(9(5(9(0(1(1(4(0(3(2(3(1(3(1(9(1(8(1(1(1(0(1(4(0(1(2(3(1(3(1(7(1(6(1(9(0(4(9(9(5(8(2(4(9(9(0(4(9(4(9(1(6(9(0(4(9(1(0(1(6(4(9(9(5(4(9(9(0(4(9(4(9(1(6(9(0(4(9(6(2(9(5(9(0(3(1(3(1(4(9(1(1(0(2(6(1(3(1(3(1(0(2(4(2(9(0(4(9(6(2(1(6(4(9(1(6[10(:91(H49~)~48<]):[[)+$7--32+*$5--10)~[<~)~~])~!]~[~)~~])~:[)--~+40--48)~:]~]



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Basic idea (outdated):

(7(1(9(5(1(1(8(0...                  Data.
[9!(91[+(H~)]57<33]                  Begin the second pass and end the program on second pass.
):[                                  Duplicate and evaluate the block.
[)+$7--32+*$5--10)~[<~)~~])~!]   On the second pass, print b*10+a+32 for each two digits a, b.
)()[~)~~]~:~<                    Copy a digit and evaluate the next line between copies.
[)----40+--~)48~:~~]             Print "("+digit and duplicate and evaluate the whole block on the next digit.
]


# Golunar, 951 bytes (394.25 bytes as an integer value)

19370043316195921194914466480856680152267470323963447024756684537596068724128114478400203537500358028693578705195025299449504112473728653294217406768139954805008550643064305270958743186186490023003785512463398359429631224818444304976679217098389450981926661910005004089131207223929032173888419619738722341444212432611576207643452266161684471788295034889655803444137372629364500165719019777515305922257911642994836581634099155833200157295629218533465854143898419293035289733581625252699105530843807023973345521520887128012736565874423200184723012755626596238647926406709693583878890472621210970350861368171259284533764490596207310864352873729240842719608391238098412446205860013948766486129442046252306334230243913196704614648889659870117069927719874852423159076941049170045933025772364248625729725500550726133134993128102614696728457139079375133324957922066270555810085574853273966267981675757808791933974619299446035844180580831907739236954600685575


Golunar is the decimal representation of the number of zeros that a Unary code would need. It translates to this brainfuck code:

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


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I couldn't find an online Golunar interpreter, but you can use this Golunar to brainfuck converter to get the brainfuck code and then execute it.

This code is inspired by a brainfuck quine of Eric Bosman and Daniel B Cristofani. First it reads a list of bits that represent the bit-codes of the code part, then it builds up a list of bits that represent the ">" and "+" characters needed to print the first list. Those lists are merged and hold the binary value of the Golunar code. In the last step, the decimal value of the binary number are computed and printed.

[
tape: [decimal digits], value start marker/VS(-1)(starting cell), [input bits], between binary marker/BB(0), [binary output data]

input bits are 0 or 1, output bits are in reversed order and have the values 1(used) or 2(used and set)
input must be given in reversed order

decimal digits consist of two cells per value (value, digit used marker(DU)(1))

bit values:
> 000
< 001
+ 010
- 011
. 100
, 101
[ 110
] 111

]

-                       set VS

set input bits
>+>+>+>>>>>>>>>>>>+>+>>>+>+>+>+>+>>>>>>+>>>+>>>+>>>+>>>+>>>+>>+>>>>+>+>>+>>>+>>>+>>>+>>>+>>>+>>>+>>>
+>+>>>>>>>+>+>+>+>>>+>>>>+>+>+>>>+>+>+>>+>>+>>>+>+>+>+>+>+>>>>>+>+>+>>>+>+>+>>>>>>>>+>+>>>>>+>>+>>>+
>>>+>+>>+>+>+>>+>>+>>>+>+>>>+>+>>+>+>+>+>>+>>>+>+>+>>>>>+>+>+>>>+>+>+>>>>>>>>+>+>>>>>>>+>+>+>+>>>+>>
>>+>>+>+>+>+>+>>>>>>+>>+>>>>+>+>>>>+>+>+>+>+>+>+>+>+>+>+>+>+>+>+>+>+>+>+>+>>+>>>>+>>>+>>>>>>+>+>+>+>
>>>>>+>>>+>>+>+>+>+>+>>>+>+>+>>>+>>>+>+>>+>+>>+>+>>+>+>>+>+>>+>+>>+>+>>+>+>>>>>>+>+>+>+>>+>>>>+>>>+>
>>>>>+>+>+>+>>+>>>>+>>>+>>>>>>+>+>+>+>>+>>>>+>>>+>>>>>>+>+>+>+>>+>>>>+>>>+>>>>>>+>+>+>>>+>+>>>+>+>+>
>>+>+>>+>+>+>>+>>+>>>+>+>>>+>+>>+>+>>+>>>+>>>>>>+>>>+>>>>>>+>>>+>>+>+>+>>>>>+>+>+>+>>>>>>+>>>>>>+>>+
>+>+>>+>>+>>>+>>>+>+>+>+>>>>+>+>+>+>>+>>>+>>>+>+>+>>>>>+>+>>>>>>>+>+>+>+>+>>+>>>+>+>+>+>>>>+>+>>+>>>
>>>+>>>+>>>>>>+>>+>+>+>>>>>+>+>>+>>>>>>>>>+>+>>+>+>>+>

list rebuilding loop: append bits for "greater than" and plus symbols to the right of input data
+[                      for each input bit
[                     while bit is greater than 0
>>+                 copy bit to out data
[>]+>++>+           append bits for plus (used markers plus 010)
[<]<-               decrement in value
]
>>[>]<<-              change most right character from plus to gt (010 to 000)
<<+                   repeat if not on VS
]
+>+>-                   prepare binary to decimal routine: set VS DU and first 1

[>]++>++>+              append bits for minus (011)

binary to decimal loop: use "double and add algorithm" to calculate the digits of the decimal value
+[                      if not on VS then
[-<+]-                restore current bit value and go to VS
<                     go to first DU
[                 digit doubling loop
-<                  remove DU and go to corresponding digit
[
>++<-             decrement current value and add 2 to temp value four times
[
>++<-
[
>++<-
[
>++<-
[                   if value was greater than 4 then
>---- ----        subtract 8 from temp
<<[-]++           set next digit temp = 2 (DU plus 1)
>-                decrement current digit
[>++<-]           set temp = remaining value * 2
]
]
]
]
]
>[<+>-]             set current digit = temp
+                   set DU
<<                  go to next digit
]                 end of digit doubling loop
>>[>>]<[>]<           go to current bit
-[                    if bit is 2 (used plus 1)
[-<+]-              delete bit and go to VS
<<+                 increment least significant digit
>[>>]<[>]           go to current bit
]
<+                    if not on VS then repeat
]                   end of binary to decimal loop

<[<<]>                  go to most significant digit
>[                  printing loop: for each DU print corresponding value
+++++++[<++++++>-]<.  add 48 to value (ASCII 0) and print
>>>                   go to next DU
]


# Java (229 Characters)

class Main{public static void main(String[]args){char q='"';String s="class Main{public static void main(String[]args){char q='%c';String s=%c%s%c;System.out.print(s.format(s,q,q,s,q));}}";System.out.print(s.format(s,q,q,s,q));}}

• You can shorten it by naming your class a one character name (such as q for quine). Also, there is no need for main(String[]args), just do something like main(String[]a) (total savings: 6 chars) – Justin Dec 11 '13 at 23:51
• @Justin Technically, 12 bytes saving. – driima Nov 1 '16 at 8:59

s="\nmain=putStrLn$\"s=\"++show s++s" main=putStrLn$"s="++show s++s