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accepted Bitwise multiplication
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comment Detect C/C++ preprocessor abuse that leads to huge expanded code sizes
@Qix no; I am unaware of any honest code being this convoluted. However, there is such a thing as dishonest code and denial-of-service.
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comment Detect C/C++ preprocessor abuse that leads to huge expanded code sizes
@Qix have not tested it against online compilers (e.g.: programming contests), but have reason to think it may affect some; I assume I am not the first to think of it though, and some C grey-beard will know an obscure GCC flag to stop it on its tracks.
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comment Bitwise multiplication
Almost perfect (and surprisingly quick!) - you have cracked the encoding and the puzzle. However, your interpretation of 01001000111 is slightly off - it would actually yield 01001000101 when encoded. Fix it and I'll accept your answer. (On a minor note, you write "to encode 30", and then proceed to encode 20...)
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comment Bitwise multiplication
x is standard integer multiplication. You should explain why 2 x 3 = 23 (?) or 23 = 19 (?). On the plus side, you have found some of the clues left behind by Mr. EG...
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revised Bitwise multiplication
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revised Bitwise multiplication
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revised Java - Converting 20 bytes value to base-10 number
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answered Java - Converting 20 bytes value to base-10 number
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