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Challenge #235: Spell It Out For Me - Part 2

BeginnerMindset
8 - Asteroid

Fun challenge.  I've definitely not got the most efficient solution here, but it works at least.

hannahc
8 - Asteroid

Went the long way but got there! Solution attached.

glenperes
7 - Meteor

Solution:

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RH0258
8 - Asteroid

There's a reason I prefer numbers to words. But this was a fun challenge.

jamielaird
14 - Magnetar

Here's my solution:

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JP_SDAK
8 - Asteroid

This was harder than I thought it would be.

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MPard
6 - Meteoroid
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My first flow with more than 10-15 elements in it, awesome!

PeterYuan
7 - Meteor
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it's hard for me, learn a lot from RolandSchubert's solution😀

bjkay30
8 - Asteroid

Based on the comments, I see that there are a million ways to solve this.

 

I tried to use the given text input field to create numbers/words from 1-99, and then join it in with the main input to make the formula less complex.

 

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DataHabanero
9 - Comet

I'm pretty sure there was a way to cycle through the joins with a Macro but I wanted an easy out. Cool challenge!