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Do you have ideas for creating your own game, are some of these libraries going to help you out, and can you learn more coding techniques?
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Using eval in 2k maybe was OK. Today, not so much, not even for show. It also lacks spreadsheet basic features, like absolute cell reference.
At least they attributed their sources - it's a code golfing challenge, to see how small the code can be made while retaining a basic set of features.
Sadly with all code golf challenges, the smaller things get the harder it is to use proper techniques.