IntCode's back, but his brain is inside the robot now.
Oh no! The police have pulled us over! Apparently, not properly displaying registration markings is a bookable offense. Luckily, we are able to get our registration from the control-room elves. We just need our hull painting robot to take the code and paint our mark. We do have a hull painting robot, don't we?
Part 1 has us building an IntCode interpreter powered robot. We need to send the interpreter input (the color of the hull where it's standing) and use the output to move the robot and paint the hull.
Unfortunately, the simulation goes awry, and the robot paints a deliriously beautiful but meaningless picture. Worse, it's not a registration mark. We re-calibrate our starting color, and successfully. generate our registration code to complete Part 2.
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I'm planning on adding some statistics, but other than "what languages did we see yesterday" does anyone have any ideas?
- Python x 2
By applying a best-fit descending power trend-line to the 1 and 2 star columns on the stats page, my estimates predict:
2 stars on day 25: 6358 people
1 star on day 25: 420 people. Nice
If you're still going, take heart in that you are in a rapidly dwindling pool of people.
Doing other questionable statistics gives me: 415/6248