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Here is an utterly stupid solution to the problem (please don't). If you got a double pole switch (not a three-way - not a four-way) and you were willing to install two fixtures to be controlled by this switch, you could run two conductors (one to each light) and one of the two lights will be on when the switch is on, and neither will be on when the switch is off.

This is for academic purposes only. I do not recommend doing this unless you really want to confuse someone.

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Here is an utterly stupid solution to the problem (please don't). If you got a double pole switch (not a three-way - not a four-way) and you were willing to install two fixtures to be controlled by this switch, you could run two conductors (one to each light) and one of the two lights will be on when the switch is on, and neither will be on when the switch is off.

This is for academic purposes only. I do not recommend doing this unless you really want to confuse someone.

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Here is an utterly stupid solution to the problem (please don't). If you got a double pole switch (not a three-way - not a four-way) and you were willing to install two fixtures to be controlled by this switch, you could run two conductors (one to each light) and one of the two lights will be on when the switch is on, and neither will be on when the switch is off.

This is for academic purposes only. I do not recommend doing this unless you really want to confuse someone.

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Here is an utterly stupid solution to the problem (please don't). If you got a double pole switch (not a three-way - not a four-way) and you were willing to install two fixtures to be controlled by this switch, you could run two conductors (one to each light) and one of the two lights will be on when the switch is on, and neither will be on when the switch is off.

This is for academic purposes only. I do not recommend doing this unless you really want to confuse someone.

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