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Generate a mandelbrot fractal [closed]

Your task is to draw the mandelbrot set in ascii. It should look something like The complex number c lies in the mandelbrot set, when the sequence ...
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Fake Marquee Text

In this challenge fake marquee text is text that is shown part by part, in a scrolling-like fashion. Some examples: ...
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Count the number of ones in an unsigned 16-bit integer

Write some statement(s) which will count the number of ones in an unsigned sixteen-bit integer. For example, if the input is 1337, then the result is ...
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Create a programming language that only appears to be unusable

Robbers' challenge thread is here. Cops' challenge: Design a programming language that appears to be unusable for programming, but admits computation (or at least completion of the task) through some ...
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Print This Question ↓

The basic idea of a kolmogorov-complexity challenge is to print a set output in the shortest code (though that meaning has changed now). We have had many of them, from Borromean Rings to The ...
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Tips for golfing in Jelly

Jelly is a tacit, golf-oriented programming language by our very own Dennis. It’s popping up in answers here more and more often, beating other golf-y languages like Pyth and CJam, both by using its ...
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Remove every N-th N

The task In this challenge, your input is a non-empty list of positive integers, given in the native format of your language. Your output is that same list, in the same format, with some elements ...
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Tips for golfing in The Shakespeare Programming Language

What general tips do you have for golfing in The Shakespeare Programming Language? I'm looking for ideas which can be applied to code-golf problems and which are also at least somewhat specific to SPL ...
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Let's do the Wave!

Input: A string (the wave-snippet) with a length >= 2. A positive integer n >= 1. Output: We output a single-line wave. ...
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XOR multiplication

You goal is to implement the operation of XOR (carryless) multiplication, defined below, in as few bytes as possible. If we think of bitwise XOR (^) as binary ...
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Draw an alphabet party hat

Your task is to print this exact text: ...
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Summation from a to b

The program has an input of a and b, and outputs the sum of numbers from a to b, inclusive. Score is in bytes. As always, standard loopholes are disallowed. If your input is in the format [a,b], +3 ...
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Shortest Sorted Hello World

Write a program that takes no input and prints Hello, World! to stdout or your language's closest alternative. The catch is that each line in your program must only ...
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Shortest Minmod Function

The minmod function is a variant of the familiar min, which appears in slope-limiting high-resolution schemes for partial differential equations. Given a number of slopes, it picks out the flattest ...
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Palindromizing the strings

Introduction For the ones who don't know, a palindrome is when a string is equal to the string backwards (with exception to interpunction, spaces, etc.). An example of a palindrome is: ...

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