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If there is a specification for the language published somewhere and it is not adapted for that specific question, I don't see a problem with it.

However, if there is no published spec (and thus presumably no compiler), it would not be fair to other participants.

And of course, if you change the language to suit a specific Code Golf question, that is generally accepted as cheating, since the humor part has been done beforethe humor part has been done before.

If there is a specification for the language published somewhere and it is not adapted for that specific question, I don't see a problem with it.

However, if there is no published spec (and thus presumably no compiler), it would not be fair to other participants.

And of course, if you change the language to suit a specific Code Golf question, that is generally accepted as cheating, since the humor part has been done before.

If there is a specification for the language published somewhere and it is not adapted for that specific question, I don't see a problem with it.

However, if there is no published spec (and thus presumably no compiler), it would not be fair to other participants.

And of course, if you change the language to suit a specific Code Golf question, that is generally accepted as cheating, since the humor part has been done before.

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If there is a specification for the language published somewhere and it is not adapted for that specific question, I don't see a problem with it.

However, if there is no published spec (and thus presumably no compiler), it would not be fair to other participants.

And of course, if you change the language to suit a specific Code Golf question, that is generally accepted as cheating, since the humor part has been done before.