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Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

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landimatte

When you come across a feel-good thing.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.



landimatte

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.




landimatte

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.




  1. For completely unrelated projects, I would go with multiple REPLs, one per. Here is my usual workflow:

  2. As you discovered, your time is dominated by the manipulations of EQUALP hashtables COST-SO-FAR and COME-FROM. The main hint to what is going on is that when you manually 'hash' NEXT the performance jumps significantly.

  3. That's super weird; I wonder if this hadn't something to do with the size of the page - - it's grown big over time - - and maybe it's timing out for you / your client? (I am on the go right now, so I cannot investigate any further)

  4. It looks like my reddit client (Apollo) is expanding the # in the url to a %23 which obviously breaks the URL.

  5. OK, thanks for digging deeper; I will try and keep this in mind next time I post something (if anything by mentioning that this could happen).

  6. 11 stramaledettissimi minuti per la parte 2, ma finalmente è finita.

  7. Anche io ho implementato una soluzione simile, anche se la parte di splitting dello spazio e' un po' differente dalla tua.

  8. Thanks! I used a python library named pymesh to construct a mesh programmatically from the input, then just loaded that into blender and did a simple animation.

  9. Please tell me Blender also gave you the answer for part 2!

  10. This is me exactly, it was already like 6:08 when I started coding the solution.

  11. 0609 for me, and still kind of clueless about what had to be done!

  12. Il problema di oggi è del tipo che mi piace, la prima parte è semplice ma nella seconda parte serve un altro approccio o dovrai aspettare migliaia di anni.

  13. A giudicare dalla global leaderboard, pare che il primo abbia azzeccato la rappresentazione giusta gia' in parte 1:

  14. Well, I have been doing the same thing, lately; the thing is,

  15. For the record, the one linked above is the code after I moped it up a little; if you are curious to see what I used to get the two stars, here you go (parsing logic is the same):

  16. First time I heard of UIOP:WHILE-COLLECTING. As always, very concise and readable solution!

  17. I guess something along the lines of: (intern (string-upcase name) :keyword))

  18. Pretty much identical solution, except that I used LOOP/ON to create rolling sums:

  19. Yeah, I forgot about on. Makes both parts much cleaner if you're using loop.

  20. That's definitely the reason why true colors are not working. Try to compile Vim yourself (with the right flags of course), or if you use homebrew, brew it as that version come with truecolor support!

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