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euccastro00:12:30

yes, I tried an "optimization" in my 33 minute solution that took it to 45 😛

euccastro00:12:45

@misha there's aset-int too; I got no reflection warnings when using that and no type hints a single type hint on the array itself

misha11:12:32

Yeah, I saw it in your code, TIL opieop

Vincent Cantin06:12:13

Good morning. Today, a video about the bestagons. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thOifuHs6eY

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markw06:12:22

a bit confused on the instructions for part 2

markw06:12:36

are we supposed to use the colors determined from part 1 as the starting point?

markw06:12:18

ok good to know 🙂

alekszelark13:12:06

Anyone wants to check it? :)))

Vincent Cantin14:12:02

Above 1 million iterations, it's called Crab-coin.

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Vincent Cantin16:12:23

Bestagons found...

rjray17:12:27

I'm just crossing my fingers that we don't get another Zork like last year's day 25...

alekszelark18:12:02

I was too lazy and relaxed to write an algorithm for that, so just I played in it as it was a game, and got my 2 stars in the end.

rjray20:12:41

Same. I used math.combinatorics to generate the sets of items to hold at once. According to last year’s notes, this got me a ranking of 635 on part 1.

Vincent Cantin19:12:47

For tomorrow’s puzzle, I randomly predict a path finding problem.

rjray21:12:42

I would welcome that. I have plenty of prior art that I can (try to) adapt for that.