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### Find the weight of five apples

Husk, 6 bytes m≠/4Σ¹ Try it online! The same logic as in other answers as well as my Pyth answer. Commented: ...

### Find the weight of five apples

Pyth, 6 bytes m-/sQ4 Try it online! Takes a list of partial sums and outputs the list of the individual apples' weights. The solution is pretty basic: sum up the ...

### Sum every second digit in a number

Red, 57 bytes func[n][s: 0 foreach[_ e]form n[s: s - 48 + any[e#"0"]]s] Try it online!
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### Print the ASCII Code page

Zsh +coreutils, 25 bytes jot -c 95 32 \~|rs -eg0 6 Try it online! Beats the other Zsh solution by 1 byte!
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1 vote

### Sum every second digit in a number

bc, 40 bytes for(i=length(a);i>=0;i-=2)b+=a/10^i%10;b Try it online! 42b Based on my similar bc solution, but iterating from ...
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1 vote

Qdeql, 37 bytes Input in bytes rather than ASCII. Although Qdeql is limited to bytes, this would work with any (arbitrarily large) finite cell size. ...
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### Shortest infinite loop producing no output

Qdeql, 8 bytes -\=\/\// ...
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1 vote

### Is my triangle right?

Husk, 7 bytes Ẋo=+m□O Try it online! Takes a list of side lengths and outputs a 1-element list: [1] if true, ...

### Print the ASCII Code page

Vyxal 3 j, 4 bytes kP₁Ẇ Try it Online! cool
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### Recreate the ASCII-table as an ASCII-table

C (clang), 164 bytes ...
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### Turing-Complete Language Interpreter

Trilangle interpreting Qdeql, 990 bytes ...
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1 vote

### Tips for golfing in x86/x64 machine code

Use 32-bit x86 instead of 64-bit x86-64, if you can This is a bit silly, but many code golf challenges only require 32-bit inputs, and 32-bit programs execute just fine on x86-64 processors (almost ...
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### Divmod continuously until the remainder is 1 or 0, then get the remainder

Ruby, 25 bytes F=->a,b{b>1?F[a/b,a%b]:b} Attempt This Online!
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### Parse Minecraft's VarInt

x86, 24 23 22 bytes Couldn't figure out any tricks to get rid of shift, so it's a straight-forward do-while loop, checking the byte's sign bit. Input in esi, output ...
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1 vote

### Draw a big slash X

K (ngn/k), 19 18 bytes -1 byte from @att "X\\/"@2/~|:\=1+2* Try it online! Thanks to @tubular. 1+2* multiply the (...
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### Minimum excluded number

Husk, 6 bytes ▼-⁰ŀ21 Try it online! This is my first solution in Husk. I have picked up an easy challenge for starters. Commented: ...
1 vote

### Sylvester primes

Python, 185 bytes ...
1 vote

### Sums of X*Y chunks of the nonnegative integers

Python, 131 bytes import numpy lambda a,b,c,n:numpy.arange(b*c*n).reshape((-1,b,c)).transpose((0,2,1)).reshape((-1,a,b)).sum(axis=(1,2)).flatten()[n] TIO. Unlike ...
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