Callum Kerr
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Draw an Empty Scrabble Board
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><> (Fish), 153 Bytes \!o;!?l \'T..d...T...d..T'a'.D...t...t...D.'a'..D...d.d...D..'a'd..D...d...D..d'a'....D.....D....'a'.t...t...t...t.'a'..d...d.d...d..'a'T..d...' \'X/'02p A horribly, awfully,...

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Help: Aliens Programmers only speak ASCII
4 votes

><> (Fish), 48 Bytes >i:0(?v::oa=?v9o 2';'oa<.20r <~p3 o9nv?=0l voa< A task the language shines at! I'm sure I could probably have golfed out a little bit more, but it's been a long ...

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The Squiggly Sequence
4 votes

><> (Fish), 30 Bytes :2%?'/'o1-:?!;30. 30. >'\'50p First time using this language, but I think I at least saved a little room by conditionally using the / as either part of the output or a ...

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As Easy as One-Two-Three
0 votes

><> (Fish), 28 Bytes l3-0=?v0n;> ?+1-@:<;n1^?+2-! Input is via an execution argument to add each digit to stack, left to right. Checks if the length of the stack (number) is three, then ...

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Hate/love conundrum
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><> (Fish), 82 Bytes ' I'oov.2coo<;oooo' it.'< 'ahv'v>'et' oop26<^ooooo^o' that I '^!?:-1oo 'ol^'^>'ev' Doubt it's very efficient, but it seems to more or less work. Input is via ...

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