This is the robbers' thread of this challenge
The cops will choose an OEIS sequence and write two full programs in two different languages that produces that nth item in the sequence when given an n via STDIN. The two programs must be anagrams of each other, meaning each can be rearranged from the other's letters.
They will present the OEIS number, the source code for and the name of one language it is in.
You must find an anagram of the original cop's submission that runs in a language other than the one used by the cop. To crack an answer you must only find any language and program which produces the sequence and is an anagram of the original, not necessarily the answer the cop was thinking about.
You may output by character code or include STDERR in your solution, but only if the cop has indicated their hidden solution does so. Decimal output to STDOUT is always a valid crack.
Thus cops are incentivized to make it as hard as possible to find any language that does the task using their list of symbols.
The person with the most cracks will be the winner of this section. Only the first crack for each solution will count towards one's score.
Big thanks to every one that took place in this challenge.
Here is the leader board as it stands
Place User Score ----------------------------- 1 Adnan 3 1 Kritixi Lithos 3 1 Emigna 3 1 milk 3 5 Steven H. 2 5 Wheat Wizard 2 5 jimmy23013 2 8 ETH Productions 1 8 Dennis 1 8 alleks 1 8 Martin Ender 1 8 Oliver 1 8 Conor O'Brien 1