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A quine is a program which produces its source as output. This tag indicates that the challenge is related to quines.

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Runic Enchantments, 9 7 bytes '@'':r@ Try it online! -2 bytes by just using char literals. Outputs @''
answered Jul 9 by Draco18s
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Runic Enchantments, 7 bytes "'<~S@| Try it online! Explanation < Entry "' Push the " character (loop around) | Mirror (loop around) " Begin string mode '<~S@| …
answered Oct 1 '18 by Draco18s
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Runic Enchantments, 6 bytes "'<S@> Try it online! This one was weird. All I had to do was remove a ~ from the original quine found by Jo King. Every additional run appends another < to …
answered Jul 5 by Draco18s
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need to support arbitrarily large values, it gets more complicated. Numerical value of n gets placed at the front and parsed as a continuous number literal using ´. "3X4+kSq is the basic quine code … . If no value is present at the front, the stack length will only be 1 (the quine) otherwise 2 letting l1=d*? determine how to handle things from there. If there is a value, S:1-}'LA2+-} runs: swap the …
answered Jul 3 by Draco18s
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to also print the quine. Note that the ascii character 0x01 implicitly converts to 1 and is effectively also a true value. The only way to distinguish it from numerical 1 would be to concatenate it … as a string. Explanation The quine portion of this answer is actually pretty boring and straight forward, only i1=?; is added to meet challenge specifications: " Begin string mode i1 …
answered Jun 13 by Draco18s
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Runic Enchantments, 61 bytes 803X4+kw.'.q}͍}͍}͍}͍}͍}͍}͍}͍}͍::l͍5X-:}-$:l͍{-1--@ Try it online! Uses a similar approach as the Alice answer: reflectively writes the string " command into the code s …
answered Jul 5 by Draco18s
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Runic Enchantments, 17 bytes "3X4+kSq:l͍iS%%@ Try it online! Just uses standard quine to generate the program string, then uses string-based modulo operator1 to get the character at a given index …
answered Jul 9 by Draco18s
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Runic Enchantments, 64654106; 122387-1 ≈ 2.638 × 10807 iterations "3X4+kSq'ƃZ,r{1?{1[:1Z%1+:a=+:d=+:3X4+=+:6X2+=+:'€(c*?~1-1kq}͍f1+0Bl1=6*?S1-Skql͗2=4*?{͍]}B͍l1=6*?kS1-Sq]}@ …
answered Feb 14 by Draco18s
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Runic, 11 bytes "3X4+kSqi=@ Try it online! TIO got updated and there's no longer an issue reading input (and no longer requires a trailing whitespace). Explanation > Implicit ent …
answered Sep 30 '18 by Draco18s
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Runic Enchantments, 9 bytes "!""$;"$; Try it online! and ""!""$;"$;" From Kevin Cruijssen, who essentially fixed my first attempt utilizing what I did in my second. Going down the "fungoids never …
answered Jun 20 by Draco18s
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Runic Enchantments, 6 bytes "'<S@> Try it online! This one was weird. All I had to do was remove a ~ from the original quine found by Jo King. Every additional run appends another < to the end, e.g.: "'<S@><<<<<<<<< All of which do nothing. …
answered Feb 14 by Draco18s
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Runic Enchantments, 11 bytes !"!""!$;"$; Try it online! and "!"!""!$;"$;" Just a one-byte 'inversion' of the prior answer (and 1 byte for having to include the inverting-byte as part of a string l …
answered Jun 23 by Draco18s
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won wot 2 Letter Word(s) go ho no oh on ow ox to wo I cherry picked based on the needs of the space it was going into and making it sound funny. Removing all NOP characters gives the following quine: "3X4+k@ Try it online! …
answered Feb 1 by Draco18s