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

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Brachylog (v2), 8 bytes ⊇.oḅlⁿ1∧ Try it online! Function submission. Technically noncompeting because the question has a limitation on what langauges are allowed to compete (however, several other …
answered Feb 25 by ais523
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Re:direction -A, 1 byte of codepage 437 ◄ Try it online! The -A option allows Re:direction to interpret the input as the list of its character codes, rather than trying to parse numbers from it. …
answered Dec 23 '18 by ais523
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) that can be formed by removing a letter from it. $g->all_predecessors("") This is fairly simple: for a graph vertex to be a predecessor of an empty string, it has to be a word which is deletable down … to the empty string, seeing words all the way (if we tried to go via a non-word, we'd discover it had no successors, as only actual words had their successor added during the loop). The empty string
answered Nov 24 '18 by ais523
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element of {standard input} ⊆. is a subsequence of the return value ∨ alternate behaviour if no solution is found: Ẹ return empty string ᵒ tiebreak override … of ∋'s default tiebreak of preferring elements nearer the start of the list) is only two bytes; the other three come from the need to output an empty string specifically when the output is not found …
answered Mar 18 '18 by ais523
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Brachylog v2, 8 bytes (in Brachylog's character set) oḅ\k\koḅ Try it online! Looks like there's been a golfing war going on on this question in Brachylog, so I thought I'd join in, saving a couple …
answered Mar 18 '18 by ais523
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Brachylog (v2), 6 bytes a₀ᶠ⊆.↔ Try it online! Function submission, returning an array of lines. Loosely based on @Fatalize's answer. Explanation a₀ᶠ⊆.↔ .↔ Find a palindrome ⊆ that c …
answered Feb 27 by ais523
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]), and the second is the list of symbols. I originally planned this program to work with character codes for symbols (because Brachylog's string handling can be a bit weird sometimes), but it turns out … that characters work too (although you have to write the input string as a list of characters, not as a string). If a state-symbol pair can transition to multiple different states, you write multiple …
answered Sep 6 '18 by ais523
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Jelly, 8 bytes ØHṗ6”#;Ɱ Try it online! (note: uses 2 rather than 6 as 6 times out on TIO) Function submission (because Jelly full programs will, by default, print lists of strings with no delimite …
answered Sep 25 '18 by ais523
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A Pear Tree, 25 bytes print'Hello, World!'#»G²Ú Try it online! A Pear Tree programs are written in an arbitrary ASCII-consistent 8-bit character set; for codepoint 128 and above, the interpreter c …
answered Mar 5 by ais523
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done. If there isn't a common substring, the program errors out – but it still prints nothing to standard output, thus it outputs the null string as intended. …
answered Mar 25 by ais523
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BuzzFizz, 86 bytes $a++ if3\$a:print"Fizz" if5\$a:print"Buzz" else:print$a print"\n" if100\$a:# else:loop Try it online! Explanation Despite being golfed, all you have to do is to add a bit of ho …
answered Dec 21 '18 by ais523
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Brachylog (v2), 4 bytes s\s\ Try it online! Most easily run as a full program, as usual for a decision-problem, with a specified as a command-line argument, b on standard input. The question asks …
answered May 4 by ais523