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- Subject: Re: Anyone doing Advent of Code in Lua?
- From: Ką Mykolas <kamicc@...>
- Date: Mon, 5 Dec 2022 03:14:13 +0200
Oh yeah, definitely. Doing AoC with Lua since 2015. By the way, we
could start a dedicated private leaderboard among the Lua community.
Only occasional Lua solutions pops-up in solutions megathread
(official /r/adventofcode), tho. Also, despite still being easier,
some solutions come rather... complex:
On Sun, Dec 4, 2022 at 9:16 PM Brian Casiello <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi, folks!
> Is anyone else doing the Advent of Code* puzzles in Lua this year? If
> so, I'd love to see what you've come up with.
> My solutions are here https://github.com/bcasiello/AdventOfCode2022 if
> anyone's interested.
> I promise not to post my solutions before the leaderboard for the day is
> filled, or to read your solutions before posting mine.
> (The first part of that promise is hilariously vacuous as the
> leaderboard is always full before I even wake up in the morning :-)
> Advent of Code https://adventofcode.com/2022 is a series of
> holiday-themed coding puzzles, two per day, from Dec 1st to Dec 25th.
> You can use any language(s) you like - this seems like a good way to
> practice up on my Lua-ing. (I'm still kind of a newbie.)