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Sum of all integers from 1 to n

I'm honestly surprised that this hasn't been done already. If you can find an existing thread, by all means mark this as a duplicate or let me know. Input Your input is in the form of any positive ...
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Print 0 to 100 without 1-9 characters

Print integers 0 to 100 (inclusive) without using characters 123456789 in your code. Separator of numbers can be comma or white space (by default <blank>, <...
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Output programming language name

Challenge: In the programming language of your choice, take no input and output your programming language's name. Fair enough, right? Restrictions: You can't use any character that is included in ...
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Tips for golfing in Java

Are there any useful shortcuts that can be used in Java? As shown below, import already adds at least 17 characters to a program. ...
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Number to Binary

It seems we've managed to go all this time without a plain vanilla Number-To-Binary challenge! Whilst this will inevitably be only one element in many languages, it should put a few esolangs through ...
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Tips for golfing in x86/x64 machine code

I noticed that there's no such question, so here it is: Do you have general tips for golfing in x86/x64 machine code? If the tip only applies to a certain environment or calling convention, please ...
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Equality in the sum of digits

Introduction Let's take the number 180. This is an interesting number because the sum of digits of this number is equal to: ...
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Simplify a fraction

Winner: Ian D. Scott's answer, by one byte (48 bytes)! Superb! Your program must accept input from a fraction that can be simplified, then simplify it. Rules: If the fraction is already in its most ...
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Quine in Bytes, not Characters [duplicate]

Introduction A quine is a program that takes no input and produces a copy of its own source code as output. Writing a quine is a standard test of a programming language. Most quines operate using ...
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Let's go for a rollercodester ride

Let's go for a rollercodester ride The objective of this challenge is to create a program that is run recursively through several languages of your choice. The output of the first iteration becomes ...
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