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Reversed language name

PHP, 3 bytes PHP Try it online! It looks like it outputs the language name, but it's actually the letters in reversed order.
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Reversed language name

Cubix Because Cubix doesn't always need to be indecipherable begin; print "Cubix" > output; end@?; Try it online! Watch it running
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Reversed language name

R, 8 bytes Took me a while to figure this one out, but I think I've solved it! cat("R")
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Reversed language name

HTML, 11 Bytes ‮HTML -4 Bytes hardcoding the unicode character in a html file HTML, 12 Bytes ‮HTML ...
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Reversed language name

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Reversed language name

><>, 8 bytes "><>">o< Try it online! Fun fact, this actually reverses the name of the language. The name, however, is a palindrome. Which is ...
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Reversed language name

Braingolf, 20 bytes "Braingolf"@@@@@@@@@ Try it online! @ Prints a character as ASCII, however because ...
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Reversed language name

C (gcc), 20 18 bytes -2 bytes thanks to cleblanc. Specification says nothing about any output on STDERR so... main(){puts("C");} Try it online!
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Reversed language name

Jelly, 8 bytes “Jelly”U Try it online! "U" is a meaningless enough atom for "reverse an array" that 99% of programmers will likely assume that this program will ...
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6 votes

Reversed language name

APL (Dyalog), 24 bytes Outputs on STDERR. This is a simple identity reduction, but APL goes right-to-left! {⍺⊣⍞←⍵}/' APL' Try it online! Alternate, tacit, self-...
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Reversed language name

J, 3 bytes Jumping on the language-is-palindrome bandwagon: 'J'
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Write a program that makes 2 + 2 = 5

DUP It's simple: 2+2=5. Try it here. Hehe, good luck with this one. Explanation DUP treats most A-za-z as variables, albeit ...
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5 votes

April Fools Day!

C I use some fun CLANG properties to do tricky math and print the text sneakishly. I am printing the sequence of even numbers 0,2,4,6 etc up to 42. This is a nice solution because I don't use any ...
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5 votes

April Fools Day!

TI-Basic (TI-84 Plus CE) ...
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April Fools Day!

JS, A000027 ...
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Reversed language name

q, 5 bytes a one letter language name makes this problem trivial 1"q"; Output: q
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Classic Proof Fallacy

GolfScript Warning: this program is cheating a bit, in that it doesn't print aMod and bMod ...
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Make it look like I'm working

C# Slowly type up the full HTML of this webpage in the console. Added random time between "keystrokes" for realistic effect. ...
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Produce an unexpected word

Mathematica ToString[#&@;;]~StringTake~{16,20} Prints "Dummy". But I seriously do not understand why #&@;; ...
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2 votes

Write a program that makes 2 + 2 = 5

C++ Didn't check all the answers but no C or C++ answers to date use this approach. ...
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2 votes

Challenge: Write a piece of code that quits itself

x86-64 Assembly, kernel mode This may be the fastest way to crash a kernel: movq $0, 8(%rbp) lidt 8(%rbp) divq 8(%rbp) This loads the Interrupt Descriptor Table ...
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Challenge: Write a piece of code that quits itself

Batch File (Quits in 2 Chars :P) cd
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Write a program that makes 2 + 2 = 5

PowerShell ...
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