Advent of Code 2021 (by h-j-k)
You can try to read my walkthrough... You cannot just match one edge to another edge, as there may be match in magnitude but are in fact totally off. You have to test for all edges, and you'll eventually know if two scanners line up if there's more than just two 'lucky' points (i.e. edge) that exists for both scanners.
Thinking about learning Kotlin
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 Ten select problems in pure SQL (sqlite3 dialect)
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[2021 Day 23 Part 1&2] Is this strategy feasible for computing programmatically the optimal cost?
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Best way to learn new syntax and shorten code?
[All years, all days] Finally got my 350th star ⭐Mostly in Rust, but also Python, Clojure, Haskell, and Ocaml!
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