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Challenge #144: Secret Santa Assignments (BAH HUMBUG!)

Comet

Here's my solution with iterative macros to solve both the easy and the net scrooginess =< 13

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WorkflowIterative macro for any pairIterative macro to cap net Scroogieness to 13
Comet

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Alteryx Partner

Took a simple route. Not sure if I got the right answer, But, am confident that I took logical and straightforward steps!

*// EDIT: I completed this challenge for all possible combinations!!!!

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Alteryx Partner

Here my first 'weekly challenge' solution contribution, not short as in 5 tools (I have 3 extras for sorting and to calculate the net), but hey, this is my first contribution and it is exactly sorted the way it was sorted in the output request and works for any given number of names/records (not only 50). Wish all a happy 'advents' time.

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Asteroid

My Solution:

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Alteryx Certified Partner

Fun one :-)

Alteryx

I went down a route that I wasn't 100% sure would work due to the logic being very simple.....

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Basically matched the highest with the lowest, and hoped the middle would sort itself out, thankfully it did.

Asteroid

Here is my solution. Nice and simple and works for scroogieness as well.

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Asteroid

Here is my solution... same results!

Aurora

I had to throw this one in since nowhere did @JoeM say that the basic pairings had to be random!  3 tools!

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A more robust solution is on the way

Dan