Again another week where I solve one answer and punt on another.
Well, "solve" may be a strong word for what I did with this problem, at least for my programming conscience. The problem statement was simple, but had no requirements for an acceptable solution other than what you could infer from the exam…
I'm always doing other things and then Sunday comes and I start thinking, "How much time do I have before it's midnight in London?"
When "The Perl Challenge" first started, I was happy to just ponder the problems. Then came the pandemic and I thought that I would use some of my then copious free time to contribute. Then time got not-so-copious. And more people started contributing to TWC, some people much more talented than me, it turns out.
So I'll take a stab at things when I can and I'll still try to write a stand-alone script the way (I wish) I would…
Hello everyone, I'm back after a year's absence, good to see everything is going as strong as ever. I have some extra time this weekend, so thought I'd try my hand at an answer again.
But, oh golly, looking back over my earlier posts on earlier problems was just painful--too many details! Going forward I'l…
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- TWC 127: Intersection on a Sunday Afternoon
- TWC 124: Literalism and existence proofs in the service of stress reduction
- TWC: Punting to MJD and Showing Q&D Geometry
- TWC 120: Task #1, Swap Odd/Even bits & Task #2, Clock Angle
- TWC 119: Task #1, Swap Nibbles & Task #2, Sequence without 1-on-1
- PWC 060: Task #1, Excel Column & Task #2, Find Numbers
- PWC 059: Task #1, Linked List & Task #2, Bit Sum
- PWC 058: Task #1, Compare Version & Task #2, Ordered Lineup
- PWC 057: Task #1, Invert Tree & Task #2, Shortest Unique Prefix
- PWC 056: Task #1, Diff-K & Task #2, Path Sum