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This challenge involves creating or parsing pictures using text characters as the paint. Typically this uses only 95 printable (from a total of 128) characters defined by the ASCII Standard from 1963.

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Bean, 321 bytes Accepts input as single string in stdin without trailing newline. Parameters will be taken in the same manner, but formatted as length (1-256) orientation (u or d) seeds (0-7) The …
answered Feb 6 '17 by Patrick Roberts
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JavaScript (ES6), 149 139 137 bytes h=>n=>` ${[(g=(j,m=1)=>` -\\|/`[(j<n)*m])(h,2),g(h+1,3),g(h+2,4)].join``}${[...Array(h)].map((_,i)=>` (${g(h-i-1)})${g(h+i+3)}`).join``}` I liked @MartinEnder's …
answered Jun 3 '16 by Patrick Roberts
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JavaScript (ES6), 126 122 112 bytes h=>n=>' \\|/'.substr(0,(o=n-h)+1)+` ( )`[r='repeat'](0>-o?0:-o)+` (-)-`[r](o=0>o-3?0:o-3)+` (-)`[r](n<h-o?n:h-o) Test f=h=>n=>' \\|/'.substr(0,(o=n-h)+1)+` …
answered Jun 3 '16 by Patrick Roberts
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JavaScript (ES6), 109 107 106 105 99 bytes s=>!s.split`S`.join`M`.search(`^((M{${r=s.search` `}})( (M( {${w=(r-3)/2}})M\\5M ){${w}}))\\1\\2$`) Edit: Whoa, Arnauld saved me 6 bytes by changing s.spl …
answered Jan 8 '17 by Patrick Roberts
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Bean, 51 bytes xxd-style hexdump: 00000000: 56d8 8100 d7d0 80c3 cf20 5da3 7800 2080 VØ..×Ð.ÃÏ ]£x. . 00000010: 7b56 5881 0158 8102 a0a0 fc8a a0af dfdc {VX..X..  ü. ¯ßÜ 00000020: 8aa0 7cfc 8aa0 7cf …
answered Nov 4 '17 by Patrick Roberts
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JavaScript (ES6), 117 112 bytes s=>s.map(r=>r.map((c,i)=>~'-_'[o='indexOf'](c)&&!s.some(a=>~'/\\'[o](a[i]))?i-r[o]('-'):-1)).pop().filter(n=>~n) Accepts a ragged array of strings arrays of characte …
answered Jun 14 '16 by Patrick Roberts
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JavaScript (ES5) Program, 54 chars alert(prompt().replace(/\S/g,'*').replace(/ +/g,'\n')) Function, 60 chars function(i){return i.replace(/\S/g,'*').replace(/ +/g,'\n')} Example usage: var …
answered Sep 8 '15 by Patrick Roberts