Commands tagged labyrinth (1)

  • Generates labyrinth-like pattern on UTF-8 terminal in bash. For fun ;) Show Sample Output


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    while ( true ) ; do if [ $(expr $RANDOM % 2 ) -eq 0 ] ; then echo -ne "\xE2\x95\xB1" ; else echo -ne "\xE2\x95\xB2" ; fi ; done
    tobi · 2015-01-17 12:46:37 3

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