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Challenge #135: Locker Problem

adams_ca
8 - Asteroid

My solution 

 

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Kenda
15 - Aurora
15 - Aurora
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papalow
8 - Asteroid

Okay, so my solution does not use a macro -- I like it anyway.

nickjastrzebski
8 - Asteroid

Another good practice with iterative macros. Enjoyed making this one work.

 

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TonyA
Alteryx
Alteryx

Here's my solution.

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Probably the shortest Iterative macro I ever wrote. Couldn't stop myself from doing this with a boolean for Locker_Open:
IF MOD([Locker_Number],[Engine.IterationNumber]+1) = 0
THEN ![Locker_Open]
ELSE [Locker_Open]
ENDIF

 

LordNeilLord
15 - Aurora

34

 

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joemkcarr
8 - Asteroid
 
redd1976
7 - Meteor

This was the first time I made and altered a macro-this is a good entry into it. Stood on the shoulders of others to learn here.

Alekh
8 - Asteroid

I took an extremely inefficient route, but it still works.

 

NikolajFrosig
7 - Meteor

Went with an itterative macro that open and closes. I used the math function modulo, that i haven't used before. 

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