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$ gem install vimgolf
$ vimgolf setup
$ vimgolf put [challenge ID]

Played Challenges

Contribute to keyboard mashing - 148 entries

Speak in tongues

  • Best score: 17
  • Best player score: 20
  • Position: #32 / 47
  • Number of attempts: 1
Create a diamond comment - 133 entries

Encapsulate the text in a diamond pattern.

  • Best score: 27
  • Best player score: 30
  • Position: #14 / 36
  • Number of attempts: 4
Make list of numbers from 1 to 30 more compact, but more confusing - 61 entries

Change the naming logic of numbers to end up with less lines.

  • Best score: 77
  • Best player score: 151
  • Position: #18 / 22
  • Number of attempts: 2
Migrated to Postgres! - 147 entries

Celebration completion of this project. https://github.com/igrigorik/vimgolf/pull/322

  • Best score: 26
  • Best player score: 27
  • Position: #16 / 62
  • Number of attempts: 4
simple replacements - 670 entries

The goal is to see the replacement commands in action.

  • Best score: 19
  • Best player score: 22
  • Position: #70 / 156
  • Number of attempts: 4
Inverting Lines - 969 entries

A simple challenge to invert all lines, except the first.

  • Best score: 10
  • Best player score: 10
  • Position: #71 / 265
  • Number of attempts: 4
CSV to MD format - 190 entries

To convert a CSV list to Markdown list

  • Best score: 36
  • Best player score: 65
  • Position: #24 / 49
  • Number of attempts: 2
Modernise code - 632 entries

Modernise and clean up some C++ code.

  • Best score: 34
  • Best player score: 34
  • Position: #34 / 147
  • Number of attempts: 7
HS Final exam vimgolf - 569 entries

Change the initial file to a single line containing all names comma-separated with numbers inside parentheses.

  • Best score: 21
  • Best player score: 21
  • Position: #17 / 153
  • Number of attempts: 4

Contributed Challenges

Lowercase first characters - 186 entries

This is the (abridged) input for Day 3 in Advent of Code 2019. The output is a format more suitable for Prolog programming: the two lines of input become two lists of pairs, joined together in a wires functor.

Peter Salvi
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Programming (Common Lisp, Julia, Rust, ...), Languages (Japanese, Chinese, Indonesian, Hindi/Urdu, Arabic, Persian...), Games (Bridge, IF, German-style, Go...)

entered into 9 challenges

contributed 1 challenges