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By falcoln, history, 3 months ago, In English

Documentation generation The language could automatically generate comprehensive documentation for written code. (6_9) OR Self-Debugging The language itself could automatically detect and rectify errors. This could involve highlighting problem areas, suggesting fixes, or even attempting to rewrite problematic sections. (0-0)

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I would make python eliminate anyone who uses .format() instead of f string.

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    Hell nahh(⁠☞⁠ ⁠ಠ⁠_⁠ಠ⁠)⁠☞

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A function which takes problem statement as the input and gives the most optimal code as the output.

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    And why?

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      Every one will be red. No ratism will exist.😌 😎

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        Actually, due to how the CF rating system works, everyone would converge to around 1400 rating instead of becoming grandmasters

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          (Tell him you are smarter than him without telling him you are smarter than him)

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          In that case too, everyone will have similar ratings, so no ratism. 😉 😁

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I would make C++ support high-precision integer and floating in STL.

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Visualisation of my code. It would make it easy to debug any code including recursion.

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Make it able to solve the halting problem in while keeping it Turing complete.

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    Agreed, though, technically, the halting problem is decidable for physical computers because they have finite states and thus aren't actually Turing machines.

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automatically solve CF problems

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maybe I want python as fast as C++ :)

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    Just use c++ instead

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    Someone tried to make Ruby a compiled language and made Crystal (which is syntactically very similar to Ruby), maybe the same might work out for Python?

    If you just want indentation. Nim might be a choice. It compiles down to C/C++.

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Every stroke decreases penalty by 5 minutes

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Make it able to solve the TSP problem in polynomial time :)))))

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Long arithmetics in c++

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Find overlapping subproblems automatically and implement DP as an optimisation.

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C++ as fast as Python

wait-

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I will give C++ the superpower of invisibility so that when Hori is coding at home and trying to compete all he will be able to see is the anime girl background of his text editor, thus rendering him unable to focus on the competition at hand.

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Pass by reference (**Java Guy**)

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if we do this then you will be too lazy to code long code's!!!

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Put algorithms and data structures into STL,like AtCoder Library.

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Automatically RE when UB or overflow/underflow in C++

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    You can add -fsanitize=undefined to your compiler options. This requires libubsan to be installed. It automatically REs when a UB/overflow happens, and tells you why.

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I would like to enhance the program so that it can execute the 'Hello World' code for any given Codeforces question and at the backend it gives Accepted all the time :-)