11 questions linked to/from Create an "H" from smaller "H"s
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### Code Golf: Letter-Ception

The Challenge: For an input of one letter X (upper or lower case from A to Z) and one digit N (0-9) print the corresponding letter X made of N * X. The letter has to be from this list: ...
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### ASCII art H trees

An H tree is a fractal tree structure that starts with a line. In each iteration, T branches are added to all endpoints. In this challenge, you have to create an ASCII representation of every second H ...
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### Eiffel Towers: Create a large “A” from “A”s

Create a function which given a number of lines n, makes a bigA. The horizontal bar of bigA ...
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### ABAA/ABBB: Generate this recursive 2D pattern

I was messing around with infinite resistor networks (long story) when I came across the following interesting recursive pattern: |-|| |--- Each instance of this ...
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### Tips for golfing in MATL

MATL is a golfing language created by Luis Mendo. MATL has proven to be highly competitive, often beating submissions in other golfing languages such as Pyth, CJam and Jelly. What are some useful ...
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### Upgoat or Downgoat?

Given an image of a goat, your program should best try to identify whether the goat is upside down, or not. Examples These are examples of what the input may be. Not actual inputs Input: Output: <...
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### Generate fractals from bit patterns in ASCII

Overview Write a program that prints out simple fractal patterns given a bit pattern encoding the fractal, plus the per-generation scale factor of the fractal and number of generations. Explanation ...
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### Sierpinski Carpets

Who doesn't love a good fractal? The Sierpinski Carpet is a classic example of a fractal. To complete this task, you will be required to generate a carpet of type and print the resulting image to ...
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### Tips for Golfing in T-SQL

What general tips do you have for golfing in T-SQL? I'm looking for ideas that can be applied to code golf problems in general that are at least somewhat specific to T-SQL. Please post one tip per ...