Tag: NumGuess

AWKward NumGuess implementation

Here’s another silly NumGuess version of the because-I-can kind, this time in AWK. It’s quite a specific language, not designed for writing general purpose programs, but it shouldn’t bother me one bit. In a strange way it fits the NumGuess

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Introducing CodeBin projects

As I’m planning to expand the number of projects in my GitHub account in the near future, a GitHub widget in the sidebar doesn’t cut it anymore. Instead of having to hunt down blog posts for updates and improvements, now

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New NumGuess scripts

In case you’re not checking the NumGuess repository on GitHub every minute, here are the latest and greatest developments: Perl version has been updated to be fully compliant with the guidelines. Bash and Tcl script versions have been added, both tested

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NumGuess updates and EsoInt

I’m happy to report that most NumGuess versions have been updated according to the guidelines. With Perl only missing a minor feature, non-compliant versions are down to Assembly, Jasmin and Brainfuck, of which the latter is not expected to receive

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NumGuess brainfucked and guidelined

One day Kapa and I were chatting about the project, and he jokingly asked who is going to do the Brainfuck version. “Hell yeah, I will”, I said, without realising what I was getting into. I heard about Brainfuck before,

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NumGuess project updates

The NumGuess project has received a few new entries: Another great little program from Kapa, our top contributor: nothing stops you anymore to play your favourite number guessing game on your web server terminal using PHP CLI. I have also

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February update

The blog has been quiet for a couple of weeks again, our office is moving to a new location at work and there’s been too much packing and networking last week. Some updates: Kapa generously submitted a JavaScript version to

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Number guessing hello world games

A long time ago I thought I’d write a simple hello world application in every programming language I encountered over the years. As a simple hello world isn’t too interesting and doesn’t show anything regarding language capabilities, I decided to

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