Advent of Code 2019 Solutions (7 Part Series)
Well, we're off to a running start! Since the leaderboard is safely locked, we can go ahead and post our solutions now!
Looks like Santa got himself in a bit of trouble this year! Seems like we're not dealing with time shenanigans, printer trouble, high-precision clock fueling or weather machine woes. This year we need to get Santa and his sleigh back from the edge of space.
But first... we need to get to him. Getting to him requires fuel. Let's calculate how much we'll need to make the trip.
Part 1 of this problem was a nice straightforward warmup. Part 2 was only a little bit trickier than the first, but I overthought it and gave myself the wrong answer anyway.
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In future posts, this will have a link to community githubs, posts, etc.
For my first installment, I'm going to just mine the comments and post any links that people post to their githubs/repl.it/etc.
I really love people's dev.to articles on each problem! However, there are a lot, and me picking some from random searching would be unfair. So just post a link in the comment and I will add it to this list as we go!
Additionally, I don't want to signal boost people without their permission. If you do not want your stuff shared (or I missed you!), then please call me out (in public or DM, whatever makes you feel more comfortable) and I will fix the problem no questions asked.
I'm planning on adding some statistics, but other than "what languages did we see yesterday" does anyone have any ideas?