Two dates, each comprising of a month (Dec or Jan) and a day (01-31). These will be given as 4 integers (
12 01 01 01, for example), in any reasonable format you choose (leading zeroes, no leading zeroes, list, individual inputs, list of lists, etc.). The first date is supposed to represent today's date.
- If the second input date is Dec 14, output
- If it is Dec 18, output
A new hope
- For Dec 23,
The airing of grievances
- For Dec 25,
- For Dec 31 or Jan 1,
Auld Lang Syne
- Otherwise output
Try some other day!(in which case you will not compare the dates, see below)
This is followed by
, Go and get it!if the first and second input dates are same.
, Wait for it!if the first date comes before the second date.
, But you missed it!if the first date comes after the second date.
Dec 23 Dec 23 ->
The airing of grievances, Go and get it!
Dec 28 Jan 1 ->
Auld Lang Syne, Wait for it!
Dec 18 Dec 17 ->
Try some other day!
Jan 25 Dec 25 ->
O Tannenbaum, But you missed it!
This is code golf, so shortest code in bytes wins.