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@JackFly26
A programmer, rower, swimmer, water polo player, and oboe/percussion/bass guitar player.
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JackFly26
JackFly26
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1 year ago
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Linear Regression
Linear RegressionThis is my submission for Weekly 9. This just does simple linear regression to calculate a line of best fit for a set of points. I could have just used numpy to do it for me, but what's the fun in that? Enter the points in the terminal.
TheDrone7
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JackFly26
JackFly26
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1 year ago
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printing hi
printing hihawaii's postal abbreviation is hi :) squid or h can you tell me if external libraries aren't allowed so i can upload a less cool solution that doesn't use external libraries please kthx
fuzzyastrocat
fuzzyastrocat
This is definitely an interesting solution, cool1 year ago
MattDESTROYER
MattDESTROYER
Wow... words cannot describe this genius... lol1 year ago
JackFly26
JackFly26
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1 year ago
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weekly 1
weekly 1This is my solution to Weekly Challenge 1. This works based on the fact that the difference to the next perfect square is always the next odd number. Example: 1 - 0 = 1, 4 - 1 = 3, 9 - 4 = 5, 16 - 9 = 7, ...
TheDrone7
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JackFly26
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2 years ago
I did multiplication with only Rust types a while back, and I decided to do something a bit more interesting! I don't know if I can explain this code
fizzbuzz types
Rust
JackFly26
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2 years ago
I'm too lazy to set up cargo, so no big_num for you. It produces the first 11 outputs correctly, then overflows, so I'm gonna assume the algorithm is
Fibonacci Primes
Rust
TheDrone7
TheDrone7
SCORED.2 years ago
JackFly26
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2 years ago
This was too simple for a hacky loophole, so I just overly pointfree'd it instead. You need to run this in repl.run (https://word-order.thatsmart.repl
Word Order
Haskell
JackFly26
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2 years ago
Soo for this week's hacky loophole: it uses recursion at compile time but it transforms the code to a linear sequence of additions so it doesn't recur
Fibonacci Macros
Nim
TheDrone7
TheDrone7
SCORED.2 years ago
Jakman
Jakman
Cool man2 years ago
DynamicSquid
DynamicSquid
lol nice!2 years ago
JackFly26
JackFly26
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2 years ago
i guess i should describe this its a tui todo list i would sync it to a server or smth but im lazy
TODO List
Rust
JackFly26
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2 years ago
Forgot to post this. Oops. So i reimplemented integers in haskell and defined equality for them.
Equality
Haskell
DynamicSquid
DynamicSquid
You can't use add or mult or ==2 years ago
JackFly26
JackFly26
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3 years ago
I just kinda felt like re-implementing numbers again.
Equality
Haskell
JackFly26
JackFly26
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3 years ago
I'm sure there's a better way to do this but /shrug.
Letters In Numbers
Haskell
JackFly26
JackFly26
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3 years ago
THIS IS NOT MY SOLUTION TO THE SECOND WEEKLY CHALLENGE. I just saw @MrEconomical golfed his at 326 something chars. pfft Amateurs. This solution cu
Palindromic Lengths Golfed
Haskell
AmazingMech2418
AmazingMech2418
Nice! However, I have no idea how this works since I don't know Haskell...3 years ago
eco27
eco27
773 years ago
JackFly26
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3 years ago
I decided to make a simple recursive solution to this after my overly-theoretical and non-useful solution to the last one. It works by generating a ra
Palindromic Lengths
Haskell
TheDrone7
TheDrone7
SCORED.3 years ago
Lord_Poseidon
Lord_Poseidon
Haskell is amazing3 years ago
JackFly26
JackFly26
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3 years ago
This is my solution to the challenge. You have to use the interactive console down in the bottom because you have to check the type of the result, not
Type-Level Multiplication
Haskell
Coder100
Coder100
Big brian3 years ago
JackFly26
JackFly26
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3 years ago
CureCorp Code Jam 9 was pretty fun, and I decided to make a Choose Your Own Adventure-style text-based game about finding the cure to coronavirus (no
Code Jam Again
Haskell
JackFly26
JackFly26
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3 years ago
So for Christmas I got The Art of Computer Programming by Donald Knuth, which has an interesting way of defining algorithms. It basically works with s
EsoLang
Haskell