54 questions linked to/from Tips for golfing in Ruby
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### Partial factorisations of a positive integer

A collection of positive integers d_1 d_2 ... d_k is a factorisation of a positive integer n if ...
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### Fivenum and a little bit

(a paradox, a paradox, a most ingenious paradox) This is the first part of a multipart series inspired by different R functions. The Task Given a dataset $D$ of positive integers, I need you to ...
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### A classic sorting code-golf question

This is a code-golf question. Input A list of non-negative integers in whatever format is the most convenient. Output The same list in sorted order in whatever format is the most convenient. ...
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### Mimic the X11 Primary selection

Background In X11 (a windowing system used by a lot of Unix-like OS), what you would call the clipboard behave a bit differently than on other OSes like MacOS or Windows. While the "traditional&...
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### Discord large text generator

Input: The input will be a string of any characters. Output: the output will be an emojified (discord emojis) version of the input string. The way it will work is as so: Letters: a-z (case ...
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### The Burnt Pancake Problem

This challenge is related to Flipping Pancakes. You may have heard of pancake sorting, where a stack of pancakes is sorted by size by inserting spatula into the stack and flipping all of the pancakes ...
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### Tips for golfing in Elixir

Elixir is a relatively new functional language, which I've taken a deep interest in. I'd like to get general tips about golfing in Elixir and learn techniques that can be applied to code-golf problems ...