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A: Sandbox for Proposed Challenges

BubblerTents and Trees feasibility code-golf puzzle-solver decision-problem Sequel to Verify Tents and Trees solution. Background Tents and Trees (try here) is a puzzle played on a square (or rectangular) grid, where the objective is to place tents horizontally or vertically adjacent to each of the tree...

 
@NewSandboxedPosts On second thought, it looks somewhat like social distancing while camping. I can't believe this puzzle was introduced long before the covid outbreak.
 
 
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A: Sandbox for Proposed Challenges

fireflame241What is the Dimension of the Subspace? Challenge Given the Cartesian coordinates of a set of at least two distinct points in Euclidean n-space (\$\mathbb{R}^n\$), output the the minimum dimension of a flat subspace that contains those points. For example, in 3-space (the 3-dimensional world we li...

 
5:02 AM
I'm baaaaack
Where's the A002260 challenge? I made this on the Esolangs.org 1+ page since that particular page contains a lot of single loops and not nested loops
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Q: Creating a snake with length n and moving it randomly

Lavanya M VI want to implement the snake game in a quite different manner. Instead of snake trying to eat the food and increase its length to the maximum, here is what I want to do. Create a snake of length n that moves randomly throughout the screen. Another snake of length m that can be controlled by the...

 
 
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7:48 PM
@Third-party'Chef' my sorcery comment got three stars? what kind of... nonsense is this?
 
 
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11:21 PM
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Q: Solve a 2xN Maze

qwrGiven a 2xN maze, determine if you can get from the start top left corner to end bottom right corner using only up, down, left, and right moves. Input A 2xN block (1 <= N <= 100) of your choice of two distinct ASCII characters, one representing walls and the other representing empty tiles that ca...

 

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