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A competition to solve a particular problem through the usage and manipulation of strings.

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whether or not passing a pointer to the end of the input string is allowed; the last line is only there to allow passing a string literal directly without having to calculate its length. Explanation A …
answered Sep 6 '17 by YoYoYonnY
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Brainfuck, 40 bytes My console doesn't support Right-to-Left characters, but I don't think it will work :c ++++++++++>,[>,]<[<]>[[<+>-]<[<]>[.>]>] Ungolfed: ++++++++++> # Store 10 (Newline) ,[>,] …
answered Jan 8 '16 by YoYoYonnY
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My console doesn't support Right-to-Left characters, but I don't think it will work :c C, 74 bytes (2nd entry) char m[2<<9];i;main(){do{m[i]=getchar();printf("%s ",m);}while(m[i++]>0);} Ungolfed: …
answered Jan 8 '16 by YoYoYonnY
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My console doesn't support Right-to-Left characters, but I don't think it will work :c C, 105 bytes (3th entry) m[2<<9];i;j;k;main(){while((m[i++]=getchar())<0);for(;j<i;j++,putchar(10))for(k=0;k<j; …
answered Jan 8 '16 by YoYoYonnY