The title is pretty self-explanatory, isn't it?
Your task is to output the alphabet (the string
"abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz") to STDOUT, using each and every letter of the alphabet in your program once and only once.
Oh, and for a bit of extra fun?
The letters "g", "o", "l" and "f" must be in order (just for the code to be a bit more code-y).
- Only standard letters of the alphabet from ASCII count as letters (
ë != e).
- Both uppercase and lowercase characters count as letters (if you have
E, you are not allowed to have
- You are allowed to use comments, but every character in the comment is equal to 2 bytes.
- Your final score will be the byte-count of your program, subtracted by 26.
code-golf, so shortest code in bytes wins.