2997d5586dca — Quintillus tip 7 months ago
Add a readme, which also serves as an index.  Would have been nice to have one
last year for looking at it in retrospect.
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+# Advent of Code 2020 #
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+This is my Advent of Code 2020 repo.  I chose to program this year's puzzles in Kotlin.
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+You can read more about Advent of Code at https://adventofcode.com .
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+# Index of Puzzles #
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+Curious how I solved a puzzle?  Clone the project, open it in your favorite IDE, and open the file that contains the top-level test for each day.  Then you can drill down into the solutions.  Please note these file names may become outdated as the project evolves.
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+* December 1 - Main.java
+* December 2 - TobogganPasswordTest.kt
+* December 3 - TobogganTreesTest.kt
+* December 4 - passportTest.kt
+* December 5 - AirplaneSeatTest.kt
+* December 6 - CustomsCheckerTest.kt
+* December 7 - BagTypeTest.kt
+* December 8 - DayEightTest.kt
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+You can also look at the Mercurial tags, which point to the first commit that includes a solution for a day's puzzle.  Some of these solutions are pretty rough, particularly on the days when I was trying to solve the puzzle as quickly as possible!
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