bioweasel
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Brainf*** 512 411 Bytes Better redo: This one does a better job at optimizing the tape, sacrificing setup characters for printing characters. The tape in this one looks like 'C' 'E' ' ' 'F' 'I' 'L' '...

C 61 Bytes main(){printf("%ce%c%co %cor%c%c",9*8,108,108,86+1,108,100);} Went as small as possible on this guy. Hopefully y'all can see that. This breaks rule 2.

Python 3, 75 Bytes I know the other Python one is shorter, but this is the first time I've used map ever in my life so I'm pretty proud of it lambda n:''.join(i[k]for k in range(max(map(len,n)))for i ...

Vim, 59 Bytes 2i~^[59i|^[qqYpi|^[f~l2xA|^[q18@q11G31|qqr~jlq9@qF~2lqqr~klq8@q Where ^[ is the <ESC> key

Vim, 38 Bytes i)^[8a-*^[r(9hR^_^^[Yo| Welcome User! |^[p Shoutout to the homies in the comments Original: i)-\*^[vhyl2pa^_^\*-^[vhyl2pa(^[Vyo| Welcome User! |^[p Where ^[ is the ESC key

Python 3 223 222 165 Bytes Okay, I know this isn't the prettiest answer out there, and I'm sure it can be golfed down quite a bit, but I was just messing around and seeing what I could do Shout out ...

Python 3 + SymPy, 109 Bytes 0-indexed Try it online! from mpmath import* mp.dps=51 print(''.join(['32']+[str(pi)[i]+str(e)[i]for i in range(2,51)])[int(input())]) Beat hardcoding by 5 bytes!! But ...

Brainf***, 57 Bytes ++++[>++++<-]>[>++>+++>+++<<<-]+++++++++[>>+.<.<-]>>>+.-. This is my first attempt at a program in this language. I think it's ...

C, 186 Bytes #include <string.h> #define S strlen p(char* s){char *t=s;char u[999]="";for(int i=0;i<S(s);i++){for(int j=i+1;j>0;j--){sprintf(u+S(u),"%c",*t);}t++;}printf("%s\n",u);if(S(s)&...