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The Weekly Challenge - Guest Contributions

Tuesday, Jun 25, 2024 by Mohammad Sajid Anwar Ada, APL, Awk, BASIC, Bash, Bc, Befunge-93, Bourne Shell, BQN, Brainfuck, C3, C, CESIL, Chef, COBOL, Coconut, C Shell, C++, Clojure, Crystal, D, Dart, Dc, Elixir, Elm, Emacs Lisp, Erlang, Excel VBA, F#, Factor, Fennel, Fish, Forth, Fortran, Gembase, GNAT, Go, GP, Groovy, Haskell, Haxe, HTML, Hy, Idris, IO, J, Janet, Java, JavaScript, Julia, Kotlin, Lisp, Logo, Lua, M4, Maxima, Miranda, Modula 3, MMIX, Mumps, Myrddin, Nelua, Nim, Nix, Node.js, Nuweb, Oberon, Octave, OCaml, Odin, Ook, Pascal, PHP, Python, PostgreSQL, Postscript, PowerShell, Prolog, R, Racket, Rexx, Ring, Roc, Ruby, Rust, Scala, Scheme, Sed, Smalltalk, SQL, Standard ML, SVG, Swift, Tcl, TypeScript, Uiua, V, Visual BASIC, WebAssembly, Wolfram, XSLT, YaBasic, Zig

As you know, The Weekly Challenge, primarily focus on Perl and Raku. During the Week #018, we received solutions to The Weekly Challenge - 018 by Orestis Zekai in Python. It was pleasant surprise to receive solutions in something other than Perl and Raku. Ever since regular team members also started contributing in other languages like Ada, APL, Awk, BASIC, Bash, Bc, Befunge-93, Bourne Shell, BQN, Brainfuck, C3, C, CESIL, Chef, COBOL, Coconut, C Shell, C++, Clojure, Crystal, D, Dart, Dc, Elixir, Elm, Emacs Lisp, Erlang, Excel VBA, F#, Factor, Fennel, Fish, Forth, Fortran, Gembase, GNAT, Go, GP, Groovy, Haskell, Haxe, HTML, Hy, Idris, IO, J, Janet, Java, JavaScript, Julia, Korn Shell, Kotlin, Lisp, Logo, Lua, M4, Maxima, Miranda, Modula 3, MMIX, Mumps, Myrddin, Nelua, Nim, Nix, Node.

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Advent Calendar - December 19, 2022

Monday, Dec 19, 2022 by Stephen G. Lynn Perl, Raku, Julia

Advent Calendar 2022 | Day 18 | Day 19 | Day 20 | The gift is presented by Stephen G. Lynn. Today he is talking about his solution to “The Weekly Challenge - 186”. This is re-produced for Advent Calendar 2022 from the original post by him. Challenge 1 (Zip List) Challenge 1 requires "zipping" two lists a and b say, by creating a combined list in which the elements are: (a[0] b[0] a[1] b[1] a[2] b[2] .

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