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Challenge #416: The Oscars 2024

DaisukeTsuchiya
13 - Pulsar
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DaisukeTsuchiya
13 - Pulsar
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NatSnook
8 - Asteroid

Done -thanks :)

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achisman
7 - Meteor

Solution

davidblack
7 - Meteor

Solved it!

 

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acurrul
6 - Meteoroid

Poor Glenn Close!

Christian_Erickson
6 - Meteoroid

Probably slightly messy and inefficient, but nonetheless my solution for Weekly Challenge #416

ScottLewis
9 - Comet

My solution, with the correct answer to 8 greater nominations than wins but without cleaning up the names in the source data to fix Daniel Day Lewis' multiple names. He's another Lewis. I like to see him on the always wins list.

 

The >8 issue with Peter O'Toole calls out a common design pattern where we want the output of a join but also need to catch one side (which should be the left if we're designing carefully but sometimes we don't) of the output and treat some value there as a default. In our work (Financial process development) we see a lot of this where we're matching everything we can but still maintaining the full source dataset. 

 

 

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Congratulations to @Qiu 

ARussell34
8 - Asteroid

All 5 tasks are done!

 

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nick_hartley
6 - Meteoroid

Challenge 416