I'm not sure if you're aware of it, but some (if not most) Rosetta Code tasks require that a computer programming example (entry) be accompanied with the output of the program (it's usually mentioned/implied in the task's requirements).
Usually, the wording is something like: Show the output here on this page or something similar.
Some Rosetta Code tasks don't specify these exact words, but I usually include sample output (for my entries) so other programmers can match the output to their specific program statements and observe its syntax.
Check your computer programming entry for the Rosetta Code task: Fibonacci n-step number sequences.
And good luck with your forth-coming many Tailspin entries, I'm sure you'll be busy as a beaver in the next few days (or weeks). -- Gerard Schildberger (talk) 19:29, 19 June 2019 (UTC)