In a Rosetta Stone challenge, the goal is to write a solution using as many programming languages as possible.

In a Rosetta Stone challenge, the goal is to write solutions in as many programming languages as possible. Bonus points are often awarded to individuals that produce solutions in the greatest number of languages.

Rosetta Stone challenges are named for the famous stone stele unearthed in Egypt in 1799 that was inscribed the same text in three different languages, the discovery of which provided anthropologists the key to being able to translate Egyptian heiroglyphics.

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