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For challenges which consist of two adversary (and asymmetric) sub-challenges.

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Python 2, 26 bytes, 10 numbers by DLosc, non-competing Non-competing because Sp3000 beat me to it. print r___e(_______+_[___] print range(19)[1]#+_[___] print range(19)[2]#+_[___] print range(19)[3 …
answered Nov 15 '16 by xnor
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Python 2, 29 bytes, by Dennis emnsssssyyy= str().strip;ord; Please, good bot, do not convert me to a comment!
answered Nov 4 '14 by xnor
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Python 3, size 37 by matsjoyce print(*[_*_ for _ in range(2*2*2+2)]) Let's add some more text so that this one doesn't get auto-converted to a comment.
answered Nov 4 '14 by xnor
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Python 2, 17 bytes, 10 numbers, cracked print len([????]) The hidden character is ?.
answered Nov 13 '16 by xnor
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Python 2 by Wheat Wizard (fourth iteration) import sys if set("".join(open(__file__).read().split('\n')[4:]))-set(' &)(,.:[]a`cdfijmonrt~'):sys.setrecursionlimit(1) for m in sys.modules:sys.modules …
answered Jul 19 '17 by xnor
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Python 3, size 12 (Cracked) print (abcd) My program produces no output and no errors.
answered Nov 4 '14 by xnor
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Python shell: 15 chars I had this strange urge not to include any 0's, 3's, or 7's. 11124455566899^ Output (to shell): 339018
answered Nov 15 '14 by xnor
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Python 2 (safe 16) (1.06779146638-0.024105112278j) Range ≤ 16. In case the version matters (for printing precision?), I'm using ideone. I don't see a way of guessing the code without computer se …
answered Oct 11 '15 by xnor
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Python 3, crashoz, 45 bytes lambda n:int(60*math.sin(n/10-2)) import math Try it online! The expression x*60-x**3*10+x**5/2-x**7/84 is the Taylor series for \$sin(x)\$ up to the \$x^7\$ term, mu …
answered Jun 30 '18 by xnor
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Python 2, 9 bytes, 10 numbers, cracked print 8/8 No hidden chars. Can you crack it without brute forcing?
answered Nov 16 '16 by xnor
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Python 3, size 74 (Cracked) Python just wasn't the same after being re-educated by Big Brother. Input: print(war is peace) print(freedom is slavery) print(ignorance is strength) There are two new …
answered Nov 6 '14 by xnor
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Pyth 10067283832263627132507444590041695034979992997150622392563276991517087210416125987872298759981924914598996739787601264046046893914007275634929310315058 Range ≤ 4 I think there's a somewhat r …
answered Oct 11 '15 by xnor
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Python shell: 21 chars A slightly beefed-up version of my previous attempt that I hope is harder to brute-force. 00112233445566778899^ Output (to shell): 15788895283
answered Nov 15 '14 by xnor
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Python 3: 212 area [Rebuilt] My code is broken up into the following 53 I-pieces, which I've written one per line alphabetically. (358 0048 0396 0796 0824 0981 1013 1314 1330 1438 1502 2285 2317 247 …
answered Oct 22 '14 by xnor
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Python 3: 340 area [Rebuilt] Made of 85 I-pieces, given here alphabetized one per line. #Four spaces #Four spaces #Four spaces #Four spaces #Four spaces #Four spaces #Fou …
answered Oct 22 '14 by xnor

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