ID Name Runtime Info
ADA Ada gnatmake 8.3.0
AWK AWK awk 1.3.3
BF Brain**** bf 1.33.7

Classical brain**** with as many byte-sized cells as there are bytes in the memory limit.

C C gcc 8
C11 C11 gcc11 8
CBL COBOL cobc 2.2.0
CCL Clozure CL
Clang Clang clang 7.0.1
Clang++ Clang++ clang++ 7.0.1
COFFEE CoffeeScript coffee 1.12.8, node 10.15.2
C++03 C++03 g++ 8
C++11 C++11 g++11 8
C++14 C++14 g++14 8
C++17 C++17 g++17 8
D D dmd 2.89.0
DART Dart dart 2.6.0
F95 Fortran gfortran 8
FORTH Forth gforth 0.7.3

Gforth 0.7.2.

Submissions ran as gforth <source>.fs -e bye.

GAS32 Assembly (x86) as_x86 2.31.1, ld_x86 2.31.1
GAS64 Assembly (x64) as_x64 2.31.1, ld_x64 2.31.1
GASARM Assembly (ARM)
GO Go go 1.11.6
Groovy Groovy groovyc 2.5.7, java 11.0.5
HASK Haskell ghc 8.4.4
JAVA10 Java 10
JAVA11 Java 11 javac 11.0.5
JAVA8 Java 8 javac 1.8.0
JAVA9 Java 9
KOTLIN Kotlin kotlinc 1.3.50, java 11.0.5
LUA Lua lua 5.3.3
C# C# csc, mono
F# F# fsharpc 10.2.3, mono
VB Visual Basic vbnc, mono
NASM NASM nasm 2.14, ld_x86 2.31.1
NASM64 NASM64 nasm 2.14, ld_x64 2.31.1
OBJC Objective-C

Objective-C with GNUstep Base 1.22.1 on GCC 4.7.2+.

OCAML OCaml ocaml 4.5.0

GNU Octave 3.8.2.

octave-cli --no-gui --no-history --no-init-file --no-site-file --no-window-system --norc --quiet <source>.m

PAS Pascal fpc 3.0.4
PERL Perl perl 5.28.1
PHP PHP php 7.3.11
PIKE Pike pike 8.0
PRO Prolog swipl 8.0.2
PY2 Python 2 python 2.7.16
PY3 Python 3 python3 3.7.3
PYPY2 PyPy 2 pypy 7.1.1, implementing python 2.7.13
PYPY3 PyPy 3 pypy3 7.1.1, implementing python 3.6.1
RKT Racket racket 7.2
RUBY18 Ruby 1.8
RUBY2 Ruby 2 ruby 2.5.5
RUST Rust rustc 1.39.0
Lisp Lisp sbcl 1.4.16
SCALA Scala scalac 2.11.12, java 11.0.5
SCM Scheme csc 4.13.0
SED Sed sed 4.7
SWIFT Swift swiftc 5.1
TCL TCL tclsh 8.6
TEXT Text cat 8.30
TUR Turing tprolog
V8JS V8 JavaScript v8dmoj 7.1.302.31

This is a custom version of V8 that adds six functions in order to perform I/O and aid in online judging.

  • print(...): similar to Python's print, prints all argument separated by space followed by new line.
  • flush(): flushes stdout, ensuring everything output by print() immediately shows up.
  • gets(): similar to the Ruby equivalent, returns one line of input from stdin.
  • read(bytes): read bytes bytes from stdin as an ArrayBuffer.
  • write(buffer): write a typed array, ArrayBuffer, or a view of ArrayBuffer to stdout.
  • quit(code): exits the program with code.
  • You can also assign to the global variable autoflush to control whether print() flushes.
VC C++ (Visual)

Visual C++ 2013.