@garritfra Hehe, yeah, it looks very strange, I have an explanation posted here:
so that you can see what it actually does ;)
@garritfra And you can try part 2 on tio here https://tio.run/##yy9OTMpM/f@/xsVYQy/@8I5zWxP0gmsN9VROTTJ41LCr1v//f0NLSy4jAwMgtuAyMjSAss25jEyAtBlQzgxEGwMA with the test input from day1 :)
This solution is 24 bytes
My solution is 602
The language is truly great at compression. Good job regardless 😁
@yyp Thank you :) A lot is saved in by most of the functions using 1 or 2 byte names, and then being stack based means it doesn't use variables :) It's a really fun exercise, I'm sure someone that are a bit better in the language can shave off quite a bit more since this is kind of a naive way to do it, I'm sure there are some more clever ways to do it :)
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