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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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0answers
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Hello World!… in pure x86 opcodes [duplicate]

This is a Hello World challenge! Those plain ones! Yeah.... However, it's different this time. Because here, you can't use C or C++ or Stuck or ArnoldC or whatever you want. You can only choose raw ...
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6answers
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Print 'em goats [duplicate]

Related Goats are great. Everybody loves goats. And they also, for some reason, are an excellent complex ascii art for many languages to have built-ins for. Because of this, I personally feel a ...
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1answer
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Hello World! generator [duplicate]

Often I need a simple Hello World! program to show some basic concepts of a programming language on my travels. As I usually travel only with light luggage I can't to carry a Hello World! program for ...
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25answers
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print “Hello, World!”

Yes, really. Print it with a hardware printer 🖨 to create a hard copy. Send the necessary commands/data to your printer such that the following text is printed on a piece of paper: Hello, World! ...
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0answers
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Hello World!++ (Hello World with input) [duplicate]

ltl, ftp Prelude I'm pretty sure you've seen a ton of Hello World challenges before... So I've created this simple twist... Challenge Golf me a simple program that: Takes any amount of ASCII ...
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15answers
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Output the HTML colors

The 16-color CGA palette (also known as the HTML colors) is a set of 16 colors used by early graphics adapters. The goal of this challenge is to output all 16 of them, in hex format (...
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282answers
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Add a language to a polyglot

This is an answer-chaining challenge in which each answer builds on the previous answer. I recommend sorting the thread by "oldest" in order to be sure about the order in which the posts are made. ...
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1answer
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Tips for golfing in Wierd

What tips do you have for golfing in Wierd? Tips for golfing other languages don't seem to help one golf Wierd programs so I'm looking for ideas that can be applied to code golf problems that are ...
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27answers
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8 ought to become Infinity [closed]

Let's take a look on a typical loop, which usually performs 8 iterations: for (int x=0; x<8; ++x); You have to make it infinite! It's a popularity-contest ...
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2answers
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Friday 11/11/2016 11:11:11PM PST [duplicate]

As of posting this question, the date/time was: Friday 11/11/2016 11:11:11PM PST Wow, such a rare occurrence! This definitely deserves a challenge made for it! ...
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70answers
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Print some JSON

This challenge is straightforward, but hopefully, there are plenty of avenues you can approach it: You need to print/return a valid JSON object of at least 15 characters, not counting unessential ...
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12answers
437 views

Print the Greek alphabet in words

This is different from Print the Greek alphabet! because it is in words. This is different from "Hello, World!" because the output is different and much longer, leading to different ...
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9answers
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Tips for Golfing in Brain-Flak

Brain-flak is a stack-based turing-tarpit language, written collaboratively between me, DJMcMayhem, and 1000000000. Some users are very experienced in the mysterious ways of Brain-Flak. So I thought ...
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25answers
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Bake a slice of Pi

Write a program or function that prints or outputs this exact text (consisting of 142 characters): ...

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