# Jumblers vs Rebuilders: Coding with Tetris Bricks - Area for Rebuilder Answers

This is the companion question to Jumblers vs Rebuilders: Coding with Tetris Bricks where Rebuilders can post their solutions.

As argued in Where should we put robbers? it allows more formatting freedom for robbers and lets them gain rep.

The accepted answer for this question will be the winning rebuilder.

The scoreboard will only appear in the other question.

COTO has generously made a JSFiddle for easily manipulating code-bricks. I've updated this fiddle so ES 6 is not required, and minimized it for this Stack Snippet:

,0162,'rIi>`:i',
'?#>s',q<q/**/};
return puts(c);}

## Solution to Gerli's 72 area submission

FromCharacterCode[
{8*10+4, 10*10+1,
100+16, 10*10+14,
105, 115}]//Print

There's a mistake in the submission though. In the third T block, Gerli "rotated" the [ and { when rotating the block.

All done by hand. The Print was quite easy to find. Then I wrote out the remaining letters, and found them to be an anagram of FromCharacterCode. That put a lot of restrictions on the maximum code height and most blocks. Since there was no @ and only one pair of brackets, that gave away that Print was applied using suffix notation (which determined both its position and that it's preceded by the //. In the end there were only an S and two Ts left. The S was forced by the layout and the first assignment of Ts I tried worked.