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Imposes a restriction on the source code used to solve the challenge, for example, having no numbers in the source code.

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JavaScript alert(("aaaeerrttt((,,,HHHoo wwwddd!!!))","Hello world!")) This seemed a little too easy.
answered Jan 21 '14 by Kendall Frey
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base64 SGVsbG8sIFdvcmxkIQ Satisfies the original rules.
answered Mar 5 '14 by Kendall Frey
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ECMAScript 6 - 10^3↑↑↑↑3 / 884736 (3↑↑↑↑3 is G(1) where G(64) is Graham's number) u=-~[v=+[]+[]]+[];v+=e=v+v+v;D=x=>x.substr(u);K=(n,b)=>b[u]?n?K(D(n),K(n,D(b))):b+b+b:e;u+K(v,e) Output: 10^3↑↑↑ …
answered Jan 9 '14 by Kendall Frey
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JavaScript - 140 bytes - 60 bonus = 80 points (x="Ǎľľ y̌ǒǔř b̌ǎšě ǎřě b̌ěľǒňǧ ťǒ ǔš")[x[3*9]+x[34]+"p"+x[4]+x[5*5]+"c"+x[34]]("̌","",x[6*7]) Run in Firefox. I know what you're …
answered Jan 23 '14 by Kendall Frey