Much like this challenge, write a program or function that takes no input and prints or returns the string
with an optional trailing newline.
The catch is that your program must be an even number of characters long, and each two character chunk of your program must consist of identical characters.
For example, a valid program might look like
AAbb==11++♥♥ [[-- 2222]]
because every two character chunk (
11, etc.) is made of two identical characters (even the newlines).
A program such as
AAbB==11++♥♥ [[-- 2222]]
would not be valid because the
bB chunk is not made of identical characters.
The only exception to the rule is that
\r\n should be treated a single, generic "newline" character since replacing it with
\r\r\n\n wouldn't work or make sense for some languages and systems.
The shortest code in bytes wins. The example is 30 bytes long (not 15, not 13).