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For questions relating to the programming language Underload. Note that challenges that require the answers to be in a specific language are generally discouraged.

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Put Unneeded Stack Values into the Program Space Underload actually has two stacks—the stack of strings, and the stack of commands that make up the source code. Underload's ^ instruction lets us …
answered Mar 8 '18 by Esolanging Fruit
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Underload is a stack-based semi-functional tarpit created by ais523. I've recently been trying to golf in it, as it's a surprisingly elegant language. What tips do you have for golfing in Underload? (One tip per answer) …
asked Feb 10 '17 by Esolanging Fruit
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Use * for output Because you can output by leaving a string on the stack, it might be useful to accumulate the string by using * rather than outputting with S. Say your challenge was "take a string a …
answered Feb 11 '17 by Esolanging Fruit
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to be]) Where 0 = \x.\y.y, T = \x.\y.x, and $ is the successor. Rewritten in Underload, this is 28 bytes: (!())~(!())~(!:(:)~*(*)*~)~^! This is alright, but we can exploit some of Underload's …
answered Feb 11 '17 by Esolanging Fruit