Mitch Schwartz

Realm of Existence

Age: 30

Jan
16
awarded Nice Answer
Jan
12
awarded Critic
Jan
12
comment An optimization version of the Hadamard problem
@Lembik If I had an idea, I would have written it in the answer.
Jan
3
comment Golf you a quine for great good!
(Put another way, the 394-byte program ending with \xe2\x86\x92 is not a quine, but it prints the 392-byte quine ending with \x1a.)
Jan
3
comment Golf you a quine for great good!
The output is ASCII-only and has 392 bytes. The last byte, \x1a, is rendered as a right arrow in code page 437; it's not the same as the unicode right arrow \u2192.
Jan
3
comment "Hello, World!"
This is great! Got the small-w version down to 82 :) +>---->->+++>++>->+[++++++++[>++++++++>>+++++<<<-]<]>>.+>++>.>..+>>.+>-->--[>-.<<]
Dec
30
comment Printing ascending ASCII, Cops
+++++[>+++++++++++++<-]>.>+++++[>+++++<-]>[<<+.>>-]
Dec
29
comment Printing ascending ASCII, Robbers
@cat I don't know what Stewie Griffin's opinion would be about that, but anyway I gave you +1 and think it makes sense to keep your answer up since it's not the same answer as mine.
Dec
28
comment Printing ascending ASCII, Cops
Cracked.
Dec
28
answered Printing ascending ASCII, Robbers
Dec
27
comment Printing ascending ASCII, Cops
@StewieGriffin Do you mean than nobody else can use newlines; only es1024 in this answer is allowed to use them?
Dec
27
comment Printing ascending ASCII, Cops
Cracked.
Dec
27
answered Printing ascending ASCII, Robbers
Dec
11
comment Is it a pangram?
@TimPederick Thanks for pointing that out. I renamed my answer as Python 2 instead of just Python. You have my blessing to post that as a new answer if you want, which I think would be ok by community norms although I'm not sure.
Dec
11
revised Is it a pangram?
renamed as Python 2
Dec
10
awarded Yearling
Dec
10
awarded Yearling
Dec
10
answered Product over a range
Dec
10
comment Is it a pangram?
quick block m2 (\xe9) saves 2 bytes.
Dec
10
revised Is it a pangram?
added 202 characters in body
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