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Is [lolcode] reviewable?

Down with FizzBuzz created a lolcode tag. Some (cough) brainfuck (cough) are even further down the esoteric alley. Given our current site rules, I'd tend to agree. I don't think allowing lolcode ...
Mathieu Guindon's user avatar
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Is it time for the [python] to become extinct?

Every time a post involves Python code, it has the Python tag AND the Python version tag that suits the version of Python that the post is using. I think that is a little repetitive, and we should ...
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The [java-8] tag, here to stay?

Recently the java-8 tag was created to apply to Java8 specific questions. There is no doubt that the questions are, in fact, Java8 questions. The meta question though, is: Should java-8 exist, and ...
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The NS-specific tags

There's been a bit of discussion in chat recently about the implementation-specific NS* tags. nsdictionary nsarray nsstring nsmutablestring In Objective-C there are classes named ...
Simon Forsberg's user avatar
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Nothing to review

This question claims to implement the Nothing language. I'm citing the language specification (emphasis mine): Note: if the output does not meet the expectation of a "hello world"-program, this ...
Mast's user avatar
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Pascal / Delphi / Pascal Script tags

I have a concern about the tags delphi, pascal-script, pascal that I'm not sure how it can be solved properly. A short summary about the different things: Pascal is the original language, created in ...
Simon Forsberg's user avatar
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How to deal with the changes in the Swift programming language?

I recently re-visited a question in swift and noticed that all code from the question and the answers doesn't compile anymore with the current Swift 2.1 release that comes with Xcode 7.2. The reason ...
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Python 2.7 wiki

Related to this meta. The Python 2.7 wiki states (emphasis mine): Use this tag if you are specifically using Python 2.7. Such questions should be tagged with [python] as well. Why? The tagging ...
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