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comment Matchmaker, Matchmaker, make me a match
@Giuseppe Thanks! Keep in mind that if you award multiple bounties, they have to increase in rep.
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comment Matchmaker, Matchmaker, make me a match
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comment Matchmaker, Matchmaker, make me a match
@Mr.Xcoder odd. Normally that substitution works. I suppose this doesn't handle the empty input of the first testcase too well. Ignore me :#
Jul
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comment Matchmaker, Matchmaker, make me a match
@Mr.Xcoder like so: tio.run/##dZBdCsIwEITfPUVACglsoel/wN6lEhsasFHaiL193CwEEfVtM/‌​…
Jul
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comment Matchmaker, Matchmaker, make me a match
@Mr.Xcoder fair, but it's still funny :P
Jul
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revised Matchmaker, Matchmaker, make me a match
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Jul
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comment Matchmaker, Matchmaker, make me a match
also, your longer submission actually uses match :S
Jul
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comment Matchmaker, Matchmaker, make me a match
You can shorten ifelse using this tip: codegolf.stackexchange.com/a/97826/59530
Jul
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answered Matchmaker, Matchmaker, make me a match
Jul
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comment Fivenum and a little bit
The only thing I can find is that quantile returns a named vector, while fivenum is unnamed. Maybe that's a problem downstream of where fivenum is used?
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revised Overlapping String-Blocks
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Jun
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comment Overlapping String-Blocks
@digEmAll ah, right.
Jun
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comment Overlapping String-Blocks
@digEmAll well..... that's odd. It works for me there :O
Jun
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comment Overlapping String-Blocks
@digEmAll it might also depend on the console it's being ran in. CMD and powershell deal with the \r as intended. It might be that other environments (like TIO) interpret it as a newline. May I ask what you are running it in?
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comment Overlapping String-Blocks
@digEmAll It works on my machine using rscript from commandline. I suspect it's a Windows/Linux thing, since Windows uses \r\n for newlines and Linux \n.
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comment Overlapping String-Blocks
@Giuseppe Hi! Your suggestion works for me. If we are allowed to print trailing newlines, it's also possible to just use an arbitrarily big for loop instead, but I guess that's pushing the limits of the challenge.
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comment Overlapping String-Blocks
Are trailing newlines allowed? Or more specifically, is an arbitrary amount of trailing newlines allowed?
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comment Overlapping String-Blocks
107, different solution, same bytecount. :)
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answered Overlapping String-Blocks