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Questions tagged [brain-flak]

This challenge is related to the Brain-flak esoteric language and languages based on Brain-Flak. Note that challenges that require the answers to be in a specific language are generally discouraged.

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Fix Brain-Flak push-pop redundancy

Brain-Flak is a stack-based esoteric language with eight commands: ...
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The Third Flak!

This challenge was posted as part of the April 2018 LotM challenge Brain-Flak is a turing-tarpit language which has gained quite a lot of fame here on PPCG. The memory of the language is composed by ...
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Expand compressed brain-flak

This challenge was posted as part of the April 2018 LotM challenge, as well as for Brain-flak's 2nd birthday I was thinking about what the most efficient way to encode brain-flak programs would be. ...
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Text to Brain-Flak

Your challenge is to turn input text to brain-flak code that will output the text. Tutorial taken from here with permission here Brain-Flak has two stacks, known as 'left' and 'right'. The active ...
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Parse a list of lists into a Sad-List

In this challenge, you must parse a list of lists, into a simpler list format. This challenge is based on my sadflak parser. In my sadflak parser, it has all the () removed, replaced with the sum of ...
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Tips for golfing in Mini-Flak

What general tips do you have for golfing in Mini-Flak? I'm looking for ideas which can be applied to code-golf problems and which are also at least somewhat specific to Mini-Flak (e.g. "remove ...
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Surprise Party for Brain-Flak

This question is part of a series Brain-flak Birthday challenges designed to celebrate Brain-Flak's first Birthday. You can find more information about Brain-Flak's Birthday here. Today is Brain-Flak'...
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Appends or Prepends? Depends

Brain-flak turns one year old tomorrow! In honor of it's birthday, we're having a PPCG style birthday party, where several users post brain-flak related questions! Help us celebrate! :) Brain-flak is ...
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Find the First Bracket Match

This was one of a series of challenges leading up to Brain-Flak's birthday. Find out more here. Challenge For this challenge your objective will be to find the very first pair of matching brackets ...
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Generate all Brain-Flak Snippets

This question is the second of several Brain-flak Birthday challenges designed to celebrate Brain-Flak's first Birthday! You can find more information about Brain-Flak's Birthday here Challenge For ...
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Brainflak Multiplication Metagolf

This question is the first of several Brain-flak Birthday challenges designed to celebrate Brain-Flak's first Birthday! You can find more information about Brain-Flak's Birthday here Last summer we ...
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Balance the Brackets

Your objective: Given a string of brackets, output the minimum Damerau-Levenshtein Distance required to turn the input string into a string where the brackets are balanced. Input The input string ...
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Fastest Mini-Flak Quine

Mini-Flak is a subset of the Brain-Flak language, where the <>, <...> and [] ...
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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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Golf a Brain-Flak Integer

Integers are tedious to represent in Brain-Flak. There are 8 operators: ...
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Write a brain-flak classic interpreter!

Brain-Flak (a cross between Brainf**k and Flak-Overstow) is a stack-based esoteric language. Since this challenge was posted, the language has evolved and updated, but this first revision of the ...