@plaguedaemonart Which level are you at?
@Scruffo I tried to do the alphabetize one and my algorithm didn't check for short words and identical words
@plaguedaemonart Oh... alphabetizer? I never beat that one.
@Scruffo I got a working algorithm for different words, now when I go back i have to tell it to check for the end of a string or something
I'm not sure how much I'm gonna need to change
@plaguedaemonart From what I understand of the five seconds I've looked at it, I do not have a solution.
All I can guess is that I probably want to have numerical values associated with the two words and check them against each other.
I am literally too stupid to come up with a better solution.
@Scruffo You gotta subtract the letters from each other until it gets to a letter with an unequal value. Then if they're the same or if one of words ends early, the loop ends and that word goes in the outbox
programming's wacky and also this is wackier because C++ knew multiplication
@plaguedaemonart Would you subtract them on a letter by letter basis or get the full numerical string before finding the real word?
@plaguedaemonart And do you subtract the letter with another letter or the letter from a null point you copy from the provided zero?
@plaguedaemonart Definitely need a jump if zero in there.
@Scruffo You start with a 0 and a 10, so I told it to put one string starting at  and one at  using bump+ and ending the loop when it gets to 0 (you wanna put the 0 down with the string so it can be read later), then I reset the values to 0 and 10 and had another loop that subtracted  from  and vice versa, and when it reached a negative value that would mean it found the word that came first and would jump to a third loop that would place the word in the outbox
@Scruffo sorry if I wrote that confusing it's kind of a lot
@plaguedaemonart I mean you can copy/paste the values onto text, for example this is a quick thing I made a few seconds ago
-- HUMAN RESOURCE MACHINE PROGRAM --
@Scruffo -- HUMAN RESOURCE MACHINE PROGRAM --
@Scruffo it's a lot haha
@Scruffo oh neat i beat three sort even though i didn't check for negatives
how dare you judge me, human resource machine
@plaguedaemonart I guess does your solution deal with if the words are different lengths?
@Scruffo nope, that's what i'm fixing right now
@Scruffo Ok now it does
just barely not optimized :/
@Scruffo Now I'm trying three sort again, which I had a similar problem with because I didn't check for negatives
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