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Advent of Code 2019 Solutions (Spoilers!) (by mstksg)


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  • Three Ways to Debug Code in Elixir
    5 projects | | 4 Dec 2021

    I find the above really elegant. It's correct, the special case for "0" is very explicit, and if you try a negative number, Elixir will simply be unable to match the given problem to a function definition (n < 0), which makes more sense than throwing "BadArgument" errors/exceptions.

    If you really want to just solve problems, I advise sticking with Python, there's nothing wrong with it. Most languages also provide a lot of functional concepts, I'm sure Python is no exception (with some libraries). Be prepared that functional languages require you to think differently, but it is really fun to do things in a functional way!

    Good luck!


  • 2020 Day 15 Solutions
    1 project | | 12 Jan 2021
    I added my repo to Awesome AoC because the other two Dart solutions were not for all days. I'm not sure my code is the best example of Dart code! Is your code available? Maybe you could share it?