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C (gcc), 50 41 bytes -9 bytes thanks to GB ! m(int*a){a=*a==a[2]^*a==*++a^*a==*++a^1;} Try it online! No built-in sets in C, and iterating is too long, but at least i can shave off a few bytes …
answered Sep 4 '18 by etene
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Python 2, 101 97 105 bytes Edit: Thanks (again !) to Dead Possum for saving 4 bytes Edit 2: lost 8 bytes, some tests cases weren't passing A mix between Dead Possum's earlier solution (thanks to hi …
answered May 4 '18 by etene
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Python 3, 127 126 125 bytes golfed a byte by changing sum(m) to m+n One more byte thanks to @Jonathan Frech lambda y:[[m+n for n,m,j in Z(l)]for*l,i in Z(y)] from itertools import* Z=lambda y:zip …
answered May 3 '18 by etene