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Yggdrasil, 29 bytes ;H;e;l;l;o;,; ;W;o;r;l;d;!(") Try it online! Introducing Yggdrasil! This is a self-modify esolang based on binary trees. The program and it's memory model are both mapped to the same binary tree, then executed on that same tree. For example, this program is mapped to ; / \ ...


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CASL II, 55 bytes. CASL II is an assembly language for COMET II, the fictional architecture. It is designed for Japan Information-Technology Engineers Examination. Z START OUT A,B RET A DC 'Hello, World!' B DC 13 END Links (they are in Japanese) Official simulator One of unofficial online simulators


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Branch, 42 bytes 72.101.108Z..111O.44.32.87.o.114.z.100.33. Try it on the online Branch interpreter! Explanation Each number sets the value of the current node to that. . outputs as a character. N-Z set a numerical register and n-z set the value to the value of that register. I won't give a character-by-character analysis; this basically just loads each ...


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10IPL, 67 bytes 00010000 00100000 00100000 00100000 00010000 00100000 00100000 00100000 00110000 00010010 00100010 00100010 00010010 00100010 00010010 00100010 00100010 01000001 00010000 00110000 00010100 00100100 00100100 00100100 00010100 01000010 00110000 00110000 00010000 00010000 00010000 00110000 00110010 00010110 00100110 00100110 00100110 00100110 ...


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Sandwich, 14 bytes pHello, World! Explanation: Sandwich is comprised of opcodes. The first letter of each line is the opcode, and the rest of the line is the arguments. This example has the opcode p, which means print. The rest of the line says Hello, World!, which are the arguments to the p opcode.


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Duocentehexaquinquagesimal, 28 bytes 1Ƶ¸ñ=öu¯2–sε`;ÈùˆζT¿āΔIÈ3Wÿ» Try it online!


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Grok, 23 bytes `jiHello, World! }lYW q Non-terminating version, 18 bytes iHello, World!`lwh


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Python 3 + lkjqwhe, 8 bytes import a Well, I beat It's-a-fake-one-Daniel. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


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Golunar, 66 bytes 142209095870573693396245504627320468349603549841832242891887476756


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Windows Batch, 1278 score ECHO Hell0 W0rld


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PowerShell, 13 bytes, 1027 score "Hell0 W0rld" Try it online!


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VBScript, 1523 score MSGBOX "Hell0 W0rld!"


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VBScript, 147 bytes Sub m(s) randomize:i=0 if s="*" then msgbox "Hello World" if s=" * " then msgbox int(2147483647*Rnd) if s="*+*" then do loop while 1 end if end sub


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80186, score 1727 A: org $0100 mov sp, $0200 popa int $21 ret db $200-$ dup 0 dw $0000 ; DI dw $0000 ; SI dw $0000 ; BP dw $0000 ; Ignored dw $0000 ; BX dw $0300 ; DX dw $0000 ; CX dw $0900 ; AX dw $0000 ; IP for RET db $300-$ dup 0 db "Hell0 W0rld!$" B: Try it online!


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Python 2, Quine + Cat = Hello World, 86 bytes Quine (35 bytes) id='id=%r;print id%%id';print id%id Cat (51 bytes) +0*''and'Hello World!' while''>id:print raw_input() Hello World (86 bytes) id='id=%r;print id%%id';print id%id+0*''and'Hello World!' while''>id:print raw_input()


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Deadfish~, 1 byte w Try it online! Not so interesting


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Deadfish~, 72 bytes {{i}ddd}iic{iii}dc{i}dddcciiic{{d}ii}ic{{i}d}dddc{d}iiciiicddddddc{d}iic Breaks rule 1. Try it online! Or if you want a completely valid one (131 bytes): {iiiiiii}iic{ii}iiiiiiiiiciiiiiiicciiic{{i}iiiiiii}iiiiiiic{iiiiiiii}iiiiiiic{{ii}iiii}iiiiiiiiciiic{{ii}iiiii}c{{ii}iiii}iiiiiiiic Try it online! And just for fun: {iiii iii}ii c{ ...


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TeX, 39 bytes Meets conditions 1 and 2: ^^48^^%^^,^^,^^/ ^^57^^/^^2^^,^^$\by^^% Try it online!


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Pxem, 41 bytes (filename) + 0 bytes = 41 bytes. Filename: c.+k.+q.+n.+V.+n .+k.+.cc.+G.+.p Escaped: c\001.+k\001.+q\001.+n\001.+V\001.+n\001 .+k\001.+.cc\002.+G\001.+.p Content: empty What it does Push previous character Add one to each of them (but two to make an e: previous is d) Repeat them from backwards Output them finally Try it online!


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