# advent-of-code


12/07/2023, 4:38 PM
Do you want to show off your Kotlin skills? K I’ve developed a community-driven leaderboard tailored for advent-of-code enthusiasts, emphasizing the efficiency of code in terms of code tokens - implemented in Kotlin, naturally. I’m eager to hear your insights and suggestions for refining the platform! And your support, whether in the form of a GitHub star or active contributions, would be greatly appreciated! 😊 As of now, Golfcoder proudly supports Kotlin, Python, and Javascript. Given that this marks the initial announcement of Golfcoder, there’s an opportunity (albeit, perhaps only for a limited time! 😅) to secure a prominent position on the leaderboard by submitting your advent-of-code solution. Note that Golfcoder currently leverages OneCompiler for all languages which currently supports only Kotlin 1.3 - thus lacking compatibility with newer functions like
. I’ve initiated communication with OneCompiler to facilitate an upgrade to a more recent Kotlin version. Rest assured, I’m actively exploring alternative secure methods for executing Kotlin code. Take a closer look at Your feedback is eagerly awaited - feel free to share it here in the thread or reach out to me on Slack via PM! 🚀

Johannes Gätjen

12/07/2023, 7:07 PM
Very cool, just spent more time golfing my day 1 than I did initially solving it. Suggestion: Might be interesting to have in addition to part 1 and part 2 a combined category where you need to print the solution to both parts to the output. It would add another level of considering how to reuse your code.


12/08/2023, 10:41 AM
Thanks a lot for your feedback! The idea of a combined category for both parts 1 and 2 sounds really interesting and adds an extra layer of challenge. Appreciate your input, and I’ll definitely consider it for future updates 🙂 supports now also Kotlin 1.9.20 (by using Kotlin Playground). So now everyone can battle their advent-of-code solutions 🙂