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Lessons Learned from Advent of Code (Kotlin stuff)

 
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I have written down a few thoughts and lessons learned from Advent of Code 2021 and doing it in Kotlin.

https://jlacar.github.io/kotlin/aoc-learnings.html

More to follow, hopefully.

EDIT: Here it is: https://jlacar.github.io/kotlin/kotlin-oneliners.html
 
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Now I'm solving aos 2021, I'm solving 17th day (https://github.com/Manjago/aoc2021)

Thank you for the article.

I understood correctly that you also saw this article: https://blog.jetbrains.com/kotlin/2021/12/tips-and-tricks-for-solving-advent-of-code/ ?
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