Questions tagged [jelly]

This challenge is related to the Jelly language. Note that challenges that require the answers to be in a specific language are generally discouraged.

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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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Jelly's Untruth

Jelly has an "untruth" atom: . This takes a non-empty array of positive integers and returns a Boolean array with 1s at the indexes in the input. For ...
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Decompress an integer, Jelly style

Jelly has compressed string literals, using the “...» delimiters. The way these work is by interpreting the ... as a base-250 ...
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Jam don't add like that

Background Jelly's arithmetic atoms vectorize automatically. In fact, x + y is well-defined whenever x and y are numbers or ragged arrays of numbers. Jelly's source code implements this behavior ...
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L€€CH€$! D€AṬH ỊṢ ṢOOṄ! (Length Mapping)

The title is valid Jelly Code which has the same output as L€€ except printed twice. Background You can skip this section without losing ability to complete the ...
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Interpret Gelatin

Gelatin is a worse version of Jelly. It is a tacit programming language that always takes a single integer argument and that has 7 (or maybe 16) commands. You are to take in a Gelatin program and its ...
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I'm Jelly of Python (Cops)

What does "jelly" mean in the title?. Robber's thread Jelly has an "Evaluate the argument as Python 3" atom, ŒV which takes a string as an ...
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I'm Jelly of Python (Robbers)

What does "jelly" mean in the title?. Cop's thread Robbers, you are to choose an uncracked Cop answer, and attempt to find a Jelly program which is: shorter than the Cop's answer solves the ...
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Gelatin integer metagolf

Gelatin is a worse version of Jelly. It is a tacit programming language that always takes a single integer argument and that has 7 (or maybe 16) commands. Gelatin Gelatin programs will always match ...
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Jelly compression quine

The golfing language Jelly has a very complex and clever string compression system which I'm not going to go into depth about here. You can find a very good explanation here. Basically, Jelly's string ...