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“Hello, World!”

So... uh... this is a bit embarrassing. But we don't have a plain "Hello, World!" challenge yet (despite having 35 variants tagged with hello-world, and counting). While this is not the most ...
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The Programming Language Quiz

Congratulations to Dennis who won both the cops' and the robbers' challenge! Calvin's Hobbies has already delivered on his promise and wrote this challenge for Dennis for winning the robbers' ...
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40 Numbers in 9 Bytes

There are 40 ways a directed Hamiltonian path can be arranged on a 3×3 grid: This graphic (thanks Sp3000!) shows only the 20 undirected paths. Traverse each colored line in both directions for ...
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Is it a leap year?

This challenge is quite simple. You will take an input which will be a year from 1801 to 2400, and output if it is a leap year or not. Your input will have no newlines or trailing spaces: ...
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Detecting anagrams within a Parent String

Given two strings, a parent string and a query string respectively, your task is to determine how many times the query string, or an anagram of the query string; appears in the parent string, in a ...
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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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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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Rearranging a set of numbers into order

The Question Given a set of 9 numbers, m[], which contains only numbers 1 through 9 in a random order, with no two numbers being the same, create a program in any ...
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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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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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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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Home on the Range of Lists

This challenge is simply to return a list of lists of integers, similar to the Python range function, except that each successive number must be that deep in lists. Rules: Create a program or a non-...
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The Smart Person's Mirage

Once upon a time, I was reading this question/answer on Quora Are there really programmers with computer science degrees who cannot pass the FizzBuzz test This code is given as the obvious answer <...
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Fill In the Blanks

Input A nonnegative integer n, and a nonempty string s containing only alphanumeric characters and underscores ...
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Print out the first N characters of your code

You should write a program or function that receives a positive integer N as input and prints out the first N characters of your ...

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