Oof! The opcode from Day 2 is back with a vengeance.
As we feared, the IntCode interpreter is back. It looks the air conditioning unit is also controlled by the same kind of IntCode interpreter as we worked on for our fuel manager, but with more options.
Part 1 was a doozy of trying to figure out why things were loading/unloading from the wrong places.
Part 2 felt more like a victory lap... but this may be because I had so many problems parsing what Part 1 wanted me to do.
This was tough, but more from a comprehension standpoint compared to the actual implementation...
Edit: Early consensus is that the code is coming out “ugly”. So hopefully me noting this here will make people feel a little safer about sharing despite being self-conscious.
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Languages Seen On Day 04
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- Kotlin x 2
- Ruby x 2
- Rust x 2