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**SuperKamekArea****TBGer**- From: A random flash animation
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I tried google chrome and opera and edge, they suck, they don't even get 100/100 on the acid3 test

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**Byron_Inc_TBG****TBGer**- From: Miraculously completed notes
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yee

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**SuperKamekArea****TBGer**- From: A random flash animation
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here's acid 3 in ie11

and here it is ie8

and here it is in chrome/edge/opera

*Last edited by SuperKamekArea (2021-Jun-07 15:19:53)*

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note that i dont really care if it fails

I just feel comfortable using chrome

*Last edited by Byron_Inc_TBG (2021-Jun-07 14:27:11)*

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**SuperKamekArea****TBGer**- From: A random flash animation
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And just look at these developer tools, this is literally what they look like

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**TonyBrown148****TBGer**- From: Source To: Target
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hi

In the beginning, everything was void, and J. H. W. H. Conway began to create numbers. Conway said, "Let there be two rules which bring forth all numbers large and small. This shall be the first rule: Every number corresponds to two sets of previously created numbers, such that no member of the left set is greater than or equal to any member of the right set. And the second rule shall be this: One number is less than or equal to another number if and only if no member of the first number's left set is greater than or equal to the second number, and no member of the second number's right set is less than or equal to the first number." And Conway examined these two rules he had made, and behold! They were very good.

And the first number was created from the void left set and the void right set. Conway called this number "zero," and said that it shall be a sign to separate positive numbers from negative numbers. Conway proved that zero was less than or equal to zero, and he saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the first day. On the next day, two more numbers were created, one with zero as its left set and one with zero as its right set. And Conway called the former number "one," and the latter he called "minus one." And he proved that minus one is less than but not equal to zero and zero is less than but not equal to one. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

And Conway said, "Let the numbers be added to each other in this wise: The left set of the sum of the two numbers shall be the sums of all left parts of each number with the other; and in like manner the right set should be from the right parts, each according to its kind." Conway proved that every number plus zero is unchanged, and he saw that addition was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day.

And Conway said, "Let the negative of a number have as its sets the negatives of the number's opposite sets; and let subtraction be addition of the negative." And it was so. Conway proved that subtraction was the inverse of addition, and this was very good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

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**Byron_Inc_TBG****TBGer**- From: Miraculously completed notes
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My life is just an infinite loop of doing homework.

It only contains school, TBGs, watching YouTube, Minecraft (slowly disappearing) and my very little knowledge about coding.

Trust me, I'm a boring person.

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**gilbert_given_TBG****TBGer**- From: Isolation Chamber
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Byron_Inc_TBG wrote:

we all want to see the closure of 8192

I'm now living in a dangerous place.

(siggy too thick, scrolling is needed for #TeamScratchStyle)

Some of my esolangs I made: redirected here

Stuff I made: Smiley Code Decoder Word Shuffler List nBASIC PseudoSmiley Pybolge Unshrekton OLLY in Wenyan ESC JSC Shortcut to my sig editor TPSC Programmable Text Generator Why? Link to DWiki Link to esolangs.org Link to TIO List of nonsense programs Flerovium

*search up "Prototype Autonomous Management Agent".

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**Byron_Inc_TBG****TBGer**- From: Miraculously completed notes
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indeed

report it

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**TonyBrown148****TBGer**- From: Source To: Target
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This is now the "If this gets a Post ID of X, we advance!" Hub

In the beginning, everything was void, and J. H. W. H. Conway began to create numbers. Conway said, "Let there be two rules which bring forth all numbers large and small. This shall be the first rule: Every number corresponds to two sets of previously created numbers, such that no member of the left set is greater than or equal to any member of the right set. And the second rule shall be this: One number is less than or equal to another number if and only if no member of the first number's left set is greater than or equal to the second number, and no member of the second number's right set is less than or equal to the first number." And Conway examined these two rules he had made, and behold! They were very good.

And the first number was created from the void left set and the void right set. Conway called this number "zero," and said that it shall be a sign to separate positive numbers from negative numbers. Conway proved that zero was less than or equal to zero, and he saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the first day. On the next day, two more numbers were created, one with zero as its left set and one with zero as its right set. And Conway called the former number "one," and the latter he called "minus one." And he proved that minus one is less than but not equal to zero and zero is less than but not equal to one. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

And Conway said, "Let the numbers be added to each other in this wise: The left set of the sum of the two numbers shall be the sums of all left parts of each number with the other; and in like manner the right set should be from the right parts, each according to its kind." Conway proved that every number plus zero is unchanged, and he saw that addition was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day.

And Conway said, "Let the negative of a number have as its sets the negatives of the number's opposite sets; and let subtraction be addition of the negative." And it was so. Conway proved that subtraction was the inverse of addition, and this was very good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

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**TonyBrown148****TBGer**- From: Source To: Target
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updated a few more topics

In the beginning, everything was void, and J. H. W. H. Conway began to create numbers. Conway said, "Let there be two rules which bring forth all numbers large and small. This shall be the first rule: Every number corresponds to two sets of previously created numbers, such that no member of the left set is greater than or equal to any member of the right set. And the second rule shall be this: One number is less than or equal to another number if and only if no member of the first number's left set is greater than or equal to the second number, and no member of the second number's right set is less than or equal to the first number." And Conway examined these two rules he had made, and behold! They were very good.

And the first number was created from the void left set and the void right set. Conway called this number "zero," and said that it shall be a sign to separate positive numbers from negative numbers. Conway proved that zero was less than or equal to zero, and he saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the first day. On the next day, two more numbers were created, one with zero as its left set and one with zero as its right set. And Conway called the former number "one," and the latter he called "minus one." And he proved that minus one is less than but not equal to zero and zero is less than but not equal to one. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

And Conway said, "Let the numbers be added to each other in this wise: The left set of the sum of the two numbers shall be the sums of all left parts of each number with the other; and in like manner the right set should be from the right parts, each according to its kind." Conway proved that every number plus zero is unchanged, and he saw that addition was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day.

And Conway said, "Let the negative of a number have as its sets the negatives of the number's opposite sets; and let subtraction be addition of the negative." And it was so. Conway proved that subtraction was the inverse of addition, and this was very good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

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**Byron_Inc_TBG****TBGer**- From: Miraculously completed notes
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add the reminders

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**gilbert_given_TBG****TBGer**- From: Isolation Chamber
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This is our new Sandwich. This time, it's immortal.

I'm now living in a dangerous place.

(siggy too thick, scrolling is needed for #TeamScratchStyle)

Some of my esolangs I made: redirected here

Stuff I made: Smiley Code Decoder Word Shuffler List nBASIC PseudoSmiley Pybolge Unshrekton OLLY in Wenyan ESC JSC Shortcut to my sig editor TPSC Programmable Text Generator Why? Link to DWiki Link to esolangs.org Link to TIO List of nonsense programs Flerovium

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**Byron_Inc_TBG****TBGer**- From: Miraculously completed notes
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**realicraft****TBGer**- From: reali's cubicle, sknn hq
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time to add *gID(n)* and *race(n, 2^m)* to the list of series' the bot supports

that's like six threads now (including *2^n*, *3^n*, *fib(n)*, and *0*)

the hardest part of justifying my decisions is sometimes even i don't know why i did that

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**gilbert_given_TBG****TBGer**- From: Isolation Chamber
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Programmable Text Generator!

https://tio.run/##7Rr9c9u29Wfzr0DYXEPaN … W@z9H2Lv3w

*Last edited by gilbert_given_TBG (2021-Jun-10 02:20:21)*

I'm now living in a dangerous place.

(siggy too thick, scrolling is needed for #TeamScratchStyle)

Some of my esolangs I made: redirected here

Stuff I made: Smiley Code Decoder Word Shuffler List nBASIC PseudoSmiley Pybolge Unshrekton OLLY in Wenyan ESC JSC Shortcut to my sig editor TPSC Programmable Text Generator Why? Link to DWiki Link to esolangs.org Link to TIO List of nonsense programs Flerovium

*search up "Prototype Autonomous Management Agent".

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**realicraft****TBGer**- From: reali's cubicle, sknn hq
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The progression of various *PostID* threads*2^n*

```
2
4
8
16
.
.
.
4096
8192
16384
32768
65536
131072
262144
524288
10448576
```

*3^n*

```
3
9
27
81
243
729
2187
6561
19683
59049
```

*fib(n)*

```
2
3
5
8
13
21
34
55
89
144
```

*gID(n)*

```
600000
700000
800000
900000
1000000
```

*race(n, 2^m)*

```
32, 16384
64, 16384
128, 16384
256, 16384
512, 16384
512, 32768
1024, 32768
```

*0*

`0`

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**TonyBrown148****TBGer**- From: Source To: Target
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gilbert_given_TBG wrote:

This is our new Sandwich. This time, it's immortal.

I agree

And the first number was created from the void left set and the void right set. Conway called this number "zero," and said that it shall be a sign to separate positive numbers from negative numbers. Conway proved that zero was less than or equal to zero, and he saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the first day. On the next day, two more numbers were created, one with zero as its left set and one with zero as its right set. And Conway called the former number "one," and the latter he called "minus one." And he proved that minus one is less than but not equal to zero and zero is less than but not equal to one. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

And Conway said, "Let the numbers be added to each other in this wise: The left set of the sum of the two numbers shall be the sums of all left parts of each number with the other; and in like manner the right set should be from the right parts, each according to its kind." Conway proved that every number plus zero is unchanged, and he saw that addition was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day.

And Conway said, "Let the negative of a number have as its sets the negatives of the number's opposite sets; and let subtraction be addition of the negative." And it was so. Conway proved that subtraction was the inverse of addition, and this was very good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

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**realicraft****TBGer**- From: reali's cubicle, sknn hq
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the good ol' "forum game which has a goal that cannot be reached, so everyone just uses it to talk" thread

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**TonyBrown148****TBGer**- From: Source To: Target
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BCSLC is now deprecated. Use SSLC instead.

*Last edited by TonyBrown148 (2021-Jul-16 11:38:22)*

And the first number was created from the void left set and the void right set. Conway called this number "zero," and said that it shall be a sign to separate positive numbers from negative numbers. Conway proved that zero was less than or equal to zero, and he saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the first day. On the next day, two more numbers were created, one with zero as its left set and one with zero as its right set. And Conway called the former number "one," and the latter he called "minus one." And he proved that minus one is less than but not equal to zero and zero is less than but not equal to one. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

And Conway said, "Let the numbers be added to each other in this wise: The left set of the sum of the two numbers shall be the sums of all left parts of each number with the other; and in like manner the right set should be from the right parts, each according to its kind." Conway proved that every number plus zero is unchanged, and he saw that addition was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day.

And Conway said, "Let the negative of a number have as its sets the negatives of the number's opposite sets; and let subtraction be addition of the negative." And it was so. Conway proved that subtraction was the inverse of addition, and this was very good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

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**solitare****TBGer**- From: not Mifernian Republic
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TonyBrown148 wrote:

Braille Compressed Slimy Code (BCSLC)TO - a TO j

- diacritic on the following letter

TO - k TO t

- st

- ar

to - u TO z, EXCLUDING w

- and

- for

- of

- the

- with

- ing

- ble

there is no w code

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**Byron_Inc_TBG****TBGer**- From: Miraculously completed notes
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i'm already tired of seeing smileys

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**realicraft****TBGer**- From: reali's cubicle, sknn hq
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**TonyBrown148****TBGer**- From: Source To: Target
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**The Standard Slimy Code (SSLC)**

Braille-Based Alphabet

to - A to J

to - K to T

to - U to Z, excluding W

- and

- for

- of

- the

- with

to - ch, gh, sh, th, wh

- ed

- er

- ou

- ow

- w

- ea

- bb

- cc

- st

- en

- ff

- gg

- ar

- in

- ing

Punctuations

- comma

- period

- question mark

- exclamation mark

- colon

- semicolon

- double quote

- single quote

- opening parenthesis

- closing parenthesis

Mathematical Symbols

to - 0 to 9

- plus sign

- minus sign

- asterisk

- slash

- percent

- caret

- underscore

- less than

- greater than

- equal sign

Miscellaneous

- hashtag

- dollar sign

- ampersand

- at symbol

- opening bracket

- closing bracket

- backslash

- grave

- opening brace

- closing brace

- vertical bar

- tilde

- dagger

- double dagger

- pilcrow

- next character has accent

- next character is capital

- tab

- new line

- space

Control Smileys

- toggle caps lock

- begin utf-8 raw data

- end utf-8 raw data

- begin utf-16 raw data

- end utf-16 raw data

- begin utf-32 raw data

- end utf-32 raw data

- begin upper case 05ab1e text

- end upper case 05ab1e text

- begin title case 05ab1e text

- end title case 05ab1e text

- begin normal case 05ab1e text

- end normal case 05ab1e text

- begin lower case 05ab1e text

- end lower case 05ab1e text

- end slimy code

**Encoding Methods**

Raw Data

By using raw data, all Unicode characters can be encoded. Raw data in SSLC uses big-endian UTF with octet code points. When using raw data, each byte is converted to octal with 3 octets and smileys to are mapped to octets 0 to 7.

05AB1E Text

By using 05ab1e text, sentences can be significantly compressed. 05AB1E text in SSLC uses the 05ab1e dictionary with decimal numbering. When using 05ab1e text, each word is converted to its 4 digits, and smileys to are mapped to digits 0 to 9.

Inter-Language Support

In SSLC, when a appears, it means that the encoding method will be switched. The string of smilies between the and the next indicates the encoding method used, and the encoding method is switched after the second . SSLC will be switched back when the new encoding declares an end implicitly or explicitly. Thus, the only requirement of being SSLC-compatible is to have an ending mark.

SSLC aims to be ESC compatible, so it provides as a slimy code end mark. Any smileys after this mark SHOULD NOT be interpreted as SSLC unless otherwise specified.

Currently Available Encodings:

- **SSLC**

- ESC

- JSC

*Last edited by TonyBrown148 (2021-Jul-16 11:38:08)*

And the first number was created from the void left set and the void right set. Conway called this number "zero," and said that it shall be a sign to separate positive numbers from negative numbers. Conway proved that zero was less than or equal to zero, and he saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the first day. On the next day, two more numbers were created, one with zero as its left set and one with zero as its right set. And Conway called the former number "one," and the latter he called "minus one." And he proved that minus one is less than but not equal to zero and zero is less than but not equal to one. And the evening and the morning were the second day.

And Conway said, "Let the numbers be added to each other in this wise: The left set of the sum of the two numbers shall be the sums of all left parts of each number with the other; and in like manner the right set should be from the right parts, each according to its kind." Conway proved that every number plus zero is unchanged, and he saw that addition was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day.

And Conway said, "Let the negative of a number have as its sets the negatives of the number's opposite sets; and let subtraction be addition of the negative." And it was so. Conway proved that subtraction was the inverse of addition, and this was very good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

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**Byron_Inc_TBG****TBGer**- From: Miraculously completed notes
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mega mega

My life is just an infinite loop of doing homework.

It only contains school, TBGs, watching YouTube, Minecraft (slowly disappearing) and my very little knowledge about coding.

Trust me, I'm a boring person.

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