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9:45 AM
@Adnan is 667777 a valid test case ? It should be Fasly if I understood the CMC correctly
 
10:14 AM
Yes that should be falsy
 
 
5 hours later…
2:51 PM
@Kaldo hmm, well spotted
in that case 13 is indeed too low
 
3:04 PM
actually, this cmc brings me on an idea for a new command
 
split an list in half ?
[0,1,2,3,4,5,6] would become [[0,2,4,6],[1,3,5]]
 
exactly
but maybe with an extra parameter
 
that way you could test that the first list only contains the same value and that the other list is the reverse range of the max
 
Yes, which should make the byte count a lot lower
 
a "number of sublists" parameter ?
 
3:12 PM
Yeah, so it extracts every nth element to its corresponding list
like [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9] 3 <<command>>[[1, 4, 7], [2, 5, 8], [3, 6, 9]]
 
yep that would do the trick
technically you can already do that though
g;äζ
 
with zip you mean?
 
yep
but it's not really working when you have an odd amount of values
 
Yeah, that's the problem with the zip
 
@Adnan So basically Python's ::?
Most golfing languages have it and the Jelly 13-byter uses it so that would be a good idea.
 
3:20 PM
@Mr.Xcoder Yes, something like that
 
And if b is a list then it would default to 2 perhaps? (I imagine that would be extremely useful)
 
Yes, that is a good idea
 
If you push the changes to master anytime soon I can ask Dennis for a pull if you want (05AB1E hasn't been synced in a while, and some bugs have been fixed since – e.g the and input evaluation problems)
 
what command should we assign to this?
 
What are the free ones?
 
3:28 PM
anything without something assigned here
except λ
 
I'd say ι from eιement
 
Alright
that is going to piss off greeks, because that is a iota
 
sorry erik /s
 
3:46 PM
@Mr.Xcoder added and tested
 
4:01 PM
Nice, Should I ask Dennis to sync?
 
sure go ahead
 
 
5 hours later…
9:13 PM
in talk.tryitonline.net, 43 secs ago, by Dennis
@Mr.Xcoder Done.
 
10:05 PM
@Mr.Xcoder alright, in that case the cmc can be solved with γ€g2ιćË*`RāQ
 
That's roughly the same as the Jelly method ;))
 
how many bytes was the jelly submisson?
 

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