2 of 4 This entry is a real quine, but Ilmari Karonen is correct that it's a two-byte entry.

## GolfScript, 2 bytes

1


(with newline following). This pushes the number 1 onto the stack, then at the end of the program, GolfScript prints out all items in the stack (with no spaces in between), then prints a newline.

This is a true quine (as listed in the question), because it actually executes the code; it doesn't just "read the source file and print it" (unlike the PHP submission).

For another example, here's a GolfScript program to print 12345678:

9,(;

1. 9: push 9 to the stack
2. ,: consume the 9 as an argument, push the array [0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8] to the stack
3. (: consume the array as an argument, push the array [1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8] and the item 0 to the stack
4. ;: discard the top item of the stack

The stack now contains the array [1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8]. This gets written to standard output with no spaces between the elements, followed by a newline.