Questions tagged [pangram]

For challenges in which answers should aim to use every code-point in a specific code page at least once.

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Self-enumerating pangrams

Pangrams The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog. This is an example of a pangram - a sentence that contains every letter of the alphabet at least once. A self-enumerating pangram is a ...
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A Zealous "Quick Brown Fox" "Jumped" Along the Groovy Spiral

Introduction Write a program to output the outgoing spiral of the famous pangram following given rules. Challenge A pangram is a sentence using every letter of a given alphabet at least once. One ...
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Rearrangeable Code Bowling

Code-Bowling Challenge Write a program or function that produces the same output, no matter how you re-arrange the source code. (Output can't be an error) Pangram Scoring Your score is the amount ...
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Output the text "Code Bowling"

Code-Bowling You've been hired by Brunswick Bowling to create a simple program to output the text Code Bowling on their monitors. This company is worth a pretty ...
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Prolific Perfect Pangram Programs Pertaining to Printable ASCII

Updates: Time limit removed. You must be able to describe output - see new rule. A pangram is a sentence that uses every letter in the alphabet at least once, such as: The quick brown fox jumps over ...
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Hello world with a twist

Your goal: to write a piece of code that will result in the classic result of "Hello, world!" being printed to STDOUT or equivalent. Rules: Code must be entirely in printing ASCII. All code must be ...
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