Does being bad at solving programming problems means not being a good programmer?

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    Then I started wandering... am I a bad programmer? I mean, some facts tell me I'm not, I got a pretty averagely "famous" (for the GitHub standards) on my profile and I'm currently writing a transpiled language. But why?... Why can't I solve such simple projects? People eat problems up until day 25, and I couldn't even get half way there, and yeah "comparison is the thief of joy" you might say, but I think I'm pretty below average for how much time I've been developing games and stuff.

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    December started 12 days ago, and for my first year I decided to try the Advent of Code 2023, which is basically 1 programming problem everyday and they get harder and harder each day. I started HARD, I ate problems, day by day, until... day 10; things started getting pretty hard and couldn't do - I think - pretty average difficulty problems.

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