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who would win? FrozenAnus Infinite Compression vs pigeonhole principle

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-23 3:48

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Name: Anonymous 2017-09-12 15:30

The first time he done it, I thought it was my imagination. Then he begun going down and taking long deep sniffs which turned him on like I have never seen him before.

Sometimes I will just be lying there and he will go down and start smelling my ass, it's like some form of foreplay to him as after that he wants to have sex. During doggy, he will stop, bend to sniff/lick my ass then start sex in this position again.

Is this weird or normal?
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Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 15:08

>>627
Tsk.

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 15:14

>>627
* African American

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-23 3:19

How does Cudder's ass smell?

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-23 3:46

>>628-630
Niggers.

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-23 3:47

>>631
Tsk.
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Name: Christopher 2017-11-20 20:52

Since we seem to enjoy inane memes and toy programs, let's combine both.

Your task is to write a program, which will read an integer from the standard input. If the number is a multiple of 3, the program will print ``
Fizz
'' to standard output. If the number is a multiple of 5, the program will print ``
Bizz
'' (sic) to standard output. If the number is a dubs number, the program will print ``
Check'em
'' to standard output. In any case, the output should be terminated with a newline.

• Output is case-sensitive
• In case a number fulfils multiple criteria, all the matching strings should be printed, with no characters in between. In every string except the initial, convert the first letter to lowercase, thus achieving one capitalized word. Order of strings is arbitraty.
• You may assume that the input will be a numeric string between 0 and 6001.
• A ``dubs'' number is a number of at least two digits, where the last two digits are the same.
• For numbers not matching any of the above criteria, do nothing.

Test cases:

0 -> Fizzbizz
1 -> (no output)
2 -> (no output)
3 -> Fizz
15 -> Fizzbizz (or Bizzfizz)
333 -> Fizzcheck'em (or Check'emfizz)
600 -> Check'emfizzbizz (or other combinations)

Shortest program wins. Good luck!
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Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 7:09

>>10
how new are you?

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 14:04

>>11
How IMAGEREDDIT are you?

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 14:39

>>12
not IMAGEREDDIT enough to complain about 'autism' when people post /programming stuff on a /prog/ramming board, /g/ro.

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 15:19

>>13
What programming? Most of the board comprises of off-topic shitposting.

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-23 3:18

>implying real programmers need to post programming stuff
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Name: Anonymous 2017-11-15 16:32

so, instead of being all talk and no action, let's ram some progs.

Background:

at work, I once had to create an ancient 7-bit packed PDU from an ASCII string. in doing that, I've noticed that my solution is fairly verbose and inelegant despite the fact that the task itself is quite simple. this might be because I'm an idiot.

I've also noticed that creating PDUs and passing them to a function is not the way of UNIX (or the way of a mental midget, depending on whomst'd've you ask): my function operated on binary data! who needs that when you have stdin and stdout?

Your task:

ASCII might be a 7-bit encoding but GSM-7 is 7-bitter!

you have to create a complete program in your language of choice (it has to have a free as in beer implementation available, and it should preferably not be a meme language that stack overflow golfers like to invent to game the rules) that takes ASCII (no need to handle EASCII, UTF-8 etc.; actually being hillariously incompatible with them would be a plus) string as input and converts it to the GSM 7-bit packed alphabet, as defined here: http://holman.id.au/apps/ipsms/default_alphabet.html

you can use 'USSD Entry/Display' on this site for testing: http://smstools3.kekekasvi.com/topic.php?id=288

Additional rules:

1. input must be taken from stdin and output must be printed to stdout.
2. the actual format of your output doesn't matter much as long as it's unambigous: for HAX MY ANUS on stdin, C82016D4CC8282CEEA3404 is accepted but so is 0xc8 0x20 0x16 0xd4 0xcc 0x82 0x82 0xce 0xea 0x34 0x04, yCAW1MyCgs7qNAQ= and just fucking printing the raw bytes (if your output format is not obvious, clarify it).
3. don't create PDUs or anything like that, just convert between alphabets; imagine it as just one part of a UNIXy SMS pipeline
4. if the language your using is not obvious (due to either obscurity or similarity to other languages), make sure to mention which one it is: you don't want your Hy submission to be rejected because it looked like Clojure but didn't work like Clojure. feel free to brag about your program being a polyglot.
5. shortest code in bytes of either source code or machine code (whichever is better - so feel free to use assembly) wins
6. all submissions until 2017-11-22 16:30 UTC will be counted. good submissions past that deadline but before results are announced might get an honorable mention.
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Name: Cudder !cXCudderUE 2017-11-22 12:24

>>48
The encoding should be CP1252, which got fucked up somewhere along the way from the file to that post. The characters of the string constant in the source should be

24 02 5B BC 5C 5C AF 5D BE 5E 94 5F 11 7B A8 7C C0 7D A9 7E BD 60 7B 40

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 12:34

>>49
$ gcc cudder_sms.c
cudder_sms.c: In function ‘main’:
cudder_sms.c:1:214: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘strchr’ [enabled by default]
int a,i;char x[]="\x24\x02\x5b\xbc\x5c\x5c\xaf\x5d\xbe\x5e\x94\x5f\x11\x7b\xa8\x7c\xc0\x7d\xa9\x7e\xbd\x60\x7b\x40",c;e(int c){if(i)putchar(a|=c<<i--),a>>=8;else a=c,i=7;}main(){while((c=getchar())>0){char*p;if(p=strchr(x,c)){if(*++p&128)e(27);e(*p&127);}else e(c);}if(i==1)a|=26;putchar(a);if(!i&&a/2==13)putchar(13);}
^
$ ./a.out > lel
[$ xxd lel
0000000: 1b1e ..

looks good now

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 16:40

OFFICIAL RESULTS:

the winner is... Cudder! >>47

Congratulations on not being all talk an no action!

second place: >>46

third place: nobody because only Cudder and >>46-kun posted something that fits the requirements

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 19:45

I printed mine but the stupid paper doesn't want to weld together properly, so I couldn't send it.

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 22:12

Good job Cudder-kun!
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Lurkers

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 0:46

How many of you are like me and mostly lurk whilst occasionally (and i mean very fucking rarely) post anything?
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Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 6:51

I drive.

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 7:07

>>4
e/tv/in meme, /tv/ro

Name: /lounge/ 2017-11-22 8:10

/lounge/

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 15:19

What programming language is this?

Name: Gerry Sussman 2017-11-22 21:05

me i only poast when drunck
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Name: Anonymous 2017-11-19 7:57

"who are you quoting?" -> 1 point, Anus is slightly annoyed
"what programming language is this?" -> 1 point, also fairly easy to get from the Anus
"/polecat ke?abs/" -> 2 points, Anus is autistically screeching
saged blank post -> 5 points, Anus is mad
many saged blank posts -> 10 points, Anus reeks of buttpain, you won

What's your daily score?
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Name: Anonymous 2017-11-20 19:01

>>12
how do you see our profile pictures?

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-21 8:10

>>13
you need a /prague/ gold account

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Name: Anonymous 2017-11-21 18:41

leeeeeeeeeeeel!! eggwing gro!!

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 4:50

>>16
finish uor game nikita
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Name: Anonymous 2017-11-18 20:31

Concatenative languages such as Postscript force you to anally deform your brain into the shape of a stack. Besides that, they don't offer any advantages. Having formal parameters in functions is a big win, and concatenative languages lose because of that.

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-18 20:42

How does one deform ones brain anally?

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-18 20:50

Postscript is a scripting language that has a very specific use case.

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-20 2:46

Forth is a scripting language that has a very specific use case.

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-21 23:45

anally deform these dubs

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 0:43

HAX MY ANUS
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Name: Anonymous 2017-11-19 21:09

for cuteposting and everything /cute/?
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Name: Anonymous 2017-11-21 0:52

Create /meta/, then delete it.

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-21 10:54

No.

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-21 23:55

>>1,10
/anarchy/

Name: /lounge/ 2017-11-22 0:08

/lounge/

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-22 15:22

>>6
That's an application framework, not a programming language.
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Name: Anonymous 2017-11-19 22:06

discuss
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Name: Anonymous 2017-11-21 9:33

>>10
u mad?

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Name: Anonymous 2017-11-21 23:43

mining anus gold for the game
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Name: Anonymous 2017-11-19 8:01

Discuss.
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Name: Anonymous 2017-11-21 1:43

I don't like systemd, but what are you going to do? I'm not installing gentoo, void, or slack. Arch is an otherwise perfect distro. Leaving Arch over systemd would be retarded.

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-21 3:14

>>10
Arch is an otherwise perfect distro.
Aside from the fact you're using a bleeding edge OS that constantly breaks?

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-21 13:37

>>11
I don't know what you're doing but I update my Arch system once a month since 2014. Do you have examples of shit breaking as a consequence of pacman -Syu && shutdown -r now

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-21 13:46

>>8,9
Yeah, the name certainly doesn't contribute to the fact that Void's documentation is literally worse than if they were to have no documentation, in that it's outdated and in many cases inaccurate. The real appeal of Void, though, is xbps-src, although I feel like most people don't seem to use it. Even less people find it apt to compare xbps with pkg-src, which I find odd, since that seems to be the whole point of the project.

Name: Anonymous 2017-11-21 13:53

I don't really care either way, but I did encounter an issue with systemd the last time that I used it, probably because I had such a superficial understanding of how it works. For Gentoo, it's a little bit difficult to use systemd if you don't know what you're doing, because there's no documentation, but as for the rest of the ecosystem, it's probably going to be the opposite. The fact that there's any antagonism to systemd is silly though, because there's always going to be an audience outside of systemd that can cohabit, despite the aggrandized, apocalyptic future that the anti-systemd party loves to preach. I just hope people don't act like this once they realize that Pipewire is a thing, since Pipewire is basically the high level audio libraries that OSX's had all this time.
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