# Unary Except Every Zero Is Replaced with the Title of This Programming Language or, Alternately, Is Replaced with the Smallest Counter-Example to the Goldbach Conjecture. Compilers and Interpreters Only Have to Implement the Former Option

**Unary Except Every Zero Is Replaced with the Title of This Programming Language or, Alternately, Is Replaced with the Smallest Counter-Example to the Goldbach Conjecture. Compilers and Interpreters Only Have to Implement the Former Option** is a derivative of Unary created by User:kerbal in 2017.

## Language Overview

In Unary Except Every Zero Is Replaced with the Title of This Programming Language or, Alternately, Is Replaced with the Smallest Counter-Example to the Goldbach Conjecture. Compilers and Interpreters Only Have to Implement the Former Option, programs are essentially Unary programs, except every zero is replaced with the title of the programming language being discussed (which, of course, is Unary Except Every Zero Is Replaced with the Title of This Programming Language or, Alternately, Is Replaced with the Smallest Counter-Example to the Goldbach Conjecture. Compilers and Interpreters Only Have to Implement the Former Option), or, alternately, is replaced with the smallest counter-example to the Goldbach Conjecture. Because no counter-example to the Goldbach conjecture has ever been found, and indeed may not exist, compilers and interpreters do not have to accept the latter option if the person designing the implementation does not want to do so.

All substrings of the program besides "Unary Except Every Zero Is Replaced with the Title of This Programming Language or, Alternately, Is Replaced with the Smallest Counter-Example to the Goldbach Conjecture. Compilers and Interpreters Only Have to Implement the Former Option" and the substring containing the smallest counter-example to the Goldbach Conjecture are ignored. The counter-example to the Goldbach Conjecture must be encoded in base 10.

## Examples

**Program that gets a single character and outputs it again**

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**Cat program, EOF returns 0:**

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## Implementations

Here is a very simple Python program that compiles Unary Except Every Zero Is Replaced with the Title of This Programming Language or, Alternately, Is Replaced with the Smallest Counter-Example to the Goldbach Conjecture. Compilers and Interpreters Only Have to Implement the Former Option to Unary:

for i in range(input().count("Unary Except Every Zero Is Replaced with the Title of This Programming Language or, Alternately, Is Replaced with the Smallest Counter-Example to the Goldbach Conjecture. Compilers and Interpreters Only Have to Implement the Former Option")): print("0", end="")

Note that this program does not support the Goldbach Conjecture option.