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Obfuscated Hello World

YASEPL, 39 bytes =n$99++#"H"›#"ll"++9›#" W"›+3›#"ld"
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The Programming Language Quiz

???, 19 bytes "output":"Hello, World!"
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Write a "Hello" interpreter

YASEPL, 60 bytes =b=1'=c®1`1!d¥b,1}7,"h",8!+}2,c;"Hello World",c<|9`8>"err"`9 explanation ...
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Hello World 0.0!

Vyxal 3, 15 bytes n½hṪṪtm½½htḢh+Ė Try it Online! manipulates the alphabet builtins to create the string "kH" which is evaled to "Hello, World!"
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Hello World 0.0!

YASEPL, 184 bytes ...
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Wrt "Hello World" prgrm bt wth n vwls

YASEPL, 48 bytes =d#"H"$101›#"ll"+10›-67›#" W"+67›#"rld"-78› i <3 character codes
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Write a "Hello" interpreter

TypeScript's type system, 73 bytes type F<S>=S extends`h${infer S}`?`Hello World${F<S>}`:S extends""?S:"err" Try it at the TS ...
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Write a "Hello" interpreter

Rattle, 33 bytes |II^P[gn[^104/0]b"Hello World">]` Try it Online! Explanation: ...
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Write a "Hello" interpreter

Uiua, 35 bytes &p("err"|▽:"Hello World")≍⊙:↯:@h.⧻. Test pad Outputs to stdout for compliance with the challenge.
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Write a "Hello" interpreter

Here are some different approaches I tried. Python 3.8 (pre-release), 57 bytes ...
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A Programming Puzzle of Mode Golf

Uiua, 32 bytes×4 os=128 points &p♭⍉↯4"Good morning, Green orb!" Test pad On stdout: ...
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