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    Some of the examples are compressed and end up with something like this shell

    eval(unescape(escape``.replace(/u../g,"")))
    

    in order to keep the post under 140 charaters

    It would be nice if as a user if one was presented with uncompressed code and the compressed code

    Apart from that very interesting, similar to shadertoy

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      I don’t know if this has changed in the last 20 minutes, but if you go to the new beta UI ( https://beta.dwitter.net/ ) then there is a toggle to switch between the compressed and uncompressed versions.

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        Thanks, you are right it is in the beta I only checked the default site

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      If you like things like this and you use reddit, you’ll like /r/tinycode.

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