Unanswered Questions

69 questions with no upvoted or accepted answers
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Complement a POSIX Extended Regular Expression

Given a POSIX Extended Regular Expression as input, output its complement (also a POSIX ERE). If the given regular expression matches a string, its complement should not match it, and the regex: ...
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Topologically distinct ways of dissecting a square into rectangles

I was asked by OEIS contributor Andrew Howroyd to post a Code Golf Challenge to extend OEIS sequence A049021. Would be super great to get a couple more terms for [...] A049021. Kind of thing [...] ...
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Totally Cubular

Create a program or function to unjumble a 9x9x9 cube of digits by rotating individual 3x3 cubes within it. This is similar to (but, I suspect, a bit harder than) my Flippin' Squares question. Input ...
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Acyclic orientations of an n-dimensional cube

The goal of this challenge is to check and extend the OEIS sequence A334248: Number of distinct acyclic orientations of the edges of an n-dimensional cube. Take an n-dimensional cube (if n=1, this is ...
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Compare Dowker Knotation

Dowker notation is a common way of representing mathematical knots. Dowker notation can be derived from a knot diagram in the following way (based on the description from the wikipedium): We will ...
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Fix Brain-Flak push-pop redundancy

Brain-Flak is a stack-based esoteric language with eight commands: ...
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Please parse this aLL1en language

Background Due to some unfortunate accident during coding you are now teleported and stranded on an alien planet. You really hope that the locals will be helpful and point to the general direction of ...
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Tips for Golfing in SQLite?

I was looking for this page to help me enhance my first answer with SQLite, but I couldnt find one. So here we are! What general tips do you have for golfing in SQLite? I'm looking for ideas that can ...
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Find a Glider Synthesis (Game of Life)

Challenge Summary In summary, the challenge is to provide the glider synthesis for a Game of Life configuration, which is your input. What does this mean? Well, firstly, let me explain a few terms. ...
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Simulate a Game of Quagmire

Background Many moons ago, in a galaxy much like our own, a young BrainSteel attempted to invent a board game. He believed that he, too, could find an amazingly simple set of rules that would generate ...
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Delivery Robots and Destroyer Drones

Program your robots to deliver packages in a warehouse infested with destroyer drones. Avoid the drones and get your packages to the right place as fast as you can. Delivery Robots There are ...
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Final tribute to John Conway: FRACTRAN self-interpreter

It's time to conclude the series of John Conway challenges of mine. Background A FRACTRAN program consists of an ordered list of fractions. The program starts by taking a single integer as input. ...
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Finding Radical Ideals

Sandbox Finding radicals of arbitrary ideals in rings is hard! However, it's a doable task in polynomial rings, since they are Noetherian (all ideals are finitely generated) Background A quick ...
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The knight's next tour

We've all heard of the Knight's Tour puzzle: find a route for a knight that passes through all the squares on a chess board. But let's be honest, it's a little bit boring. So, let's give the knight a ...
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Up 12 at 4 it's

Introduction On BBC Radio 2, on Saturdays there's a show hosted by Tony Blackburn called Pick of the Pops. Here, Tony selects a random week from a random year (in the range 1960-1989), and plays the ...

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