Questions tagged [tips]

For questions asking for tips on golfing in a specific language, doing well in certain challenge tag, or improving a particular piece of code.

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How to golf string output in Chef

I'm attempting to solve a programming golf style programming puzzle. I need to write an 18 character phrase in Chef in less than 32 "lines" of code. In this case, a line counts as an ingredient or an ...
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Tips for Golfing in SQLite?

I was looking for this page to help me enhance my first answer with SQLite, but I couldnt find one. So here we are! What general tips do you have for golfing in SQLite? I'm looking for ideas that can ...
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Further golfing this C# code from Scramble words while preserving their outlines

I'll start off by saying I checked and checked again that this question should be on topic. I will also clearly state that this is a tips question about further golfing a certain set of code not a ...
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Tips for golfing in Chef

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

TeaScript is a powerful JavaScript golfing language created by StackExchange, PPCG, user Downgoat. TeaScript compiles to JavaScript and contains many helpful features for golfing This question is to ...
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Golfing Delayed Expansion Variables in Batch

Enabling delayed expansion variables in Batch chews up a lot of bytes. The shortest I have managed to make it is: @!! 2>nul||cmd/q/v/c%0&&exit/b ...
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Tips for Golfing the Lambda Calculus & Friends

This includes tips for all related derivatives, as coding in these langs often primarily consists of writing the function in the lambda calculus and then compiling it down at the end. Among others, ...
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Tips for golfing in SageMath

SageMath is an open-source mathematics software system, built on Python 2. Its extensive math library support makes it a strong choice for golfing in math-based challenges. What tips do you have for ...