A quine is a self-replicating computer program: one that outputs its own source code. The above image describes a quine-loop wherein each piece in the loop outputs the code (in a different programming language) for the next step in the loop. After 100 steps, it returns to the original source code. Follow the link for the source code to this and more quine nerdiness.
“Every year, Misha Collins and the GISHWHES team leads us participants on a merry chase in the months leading up to the hunt. For example, last year was a series of anagrams and ciphers that the first few people who solved it were invited to a tea party with Misha. Always mind bending, always fun, always insane.”
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ELNA PBBTYRE –> PBBTRE –> PBHTNE –> CNAGURE From Issue #32. Congrats to all of the following solvers: Adrienne, Tom, Kieran, Heather, Caffrin, June, Steph, Jason, Greg, Sarah, and Dan.
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