Advent of Code 2019 Solutions (25 Part Series)
Did you get your IntCode machine just right on Day 5? Well, too bad, it was wrong.
Looks like we need more power. And we're given some more parts to fix up our module to scrape a few more Joules out here and there. Unfortunately, our supply elves forgot to send us the documentation, and we have to find the optimal solution ourselves.
Part 1 is about finding the permutation of amplifiers that gives us the best output. Oh, and your IntCode compiler needs to be able to take multiple inputs now.
Part 2 decides that we need to create a feedback loop. I'm interested to see what people come up with for this one. Maybe we can fake the async?
This one swerves right back into hard territory for me. At the time of posting this, I've only solved part 1, and I may not be able to return to part 2 until Sunday! Calamity! (Ah well, such is life!)
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Languages Seen On Day 06
- Python × 2
- Clojure × 1
- Elixir × 1
- Java × 1
- Kotlin × 1
- PHP × 1
- Prolog × 1
- Swift × 1
Many thanks to special guest stat compiler Massimo Artizzu