If the Advent of Code is mainly about parsing inputs, why not solve it only using parsers? A slightly too detailed introduction to compiler frontends.
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The day starts off just like any other working day in the past few months. It's your first working day after vacation. The alarm clock brutally wakes you from a deep and dreamless sleep. The house is emptied; Your daughter went to a mandatory practice session for the case a second _Visitation_ might occur. You grab some food from the fridge and make your way to the railway station of your town where you work as a train conductor. Since the first _Visitation_ happened about a century ago, trains form the main means of transportation through the vast emptiness between the few towns that are scattered across the land.
No, I'm not getting old. I mean - yes, technically I’m aging and getting older in this very minute. But this blog entry is not about me getting old and senile. It’s about a programming language I recently started to learn: Rust.
A few months ago I found this subreddit - unixporn. I'm not sure what I expected, when I clicked that link. Everyone who frequents Reddit more or less often knows that this is a place where you can find almost everything you can think of and - even more often - can find things you didn't even want to find. And since the suffix _porn_ didn't sound very promising, I was very sceptical.