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It's the dang buffer position I'm not getting. I get the whole buffer concept as its similar to sorting in CS. What I don't get what your saying is how a certain piece is just "the buffer". From what I read, it's whatever piece your starting with so let's assume I'm always picking UBL as in this video (at 0:20). You then say the phrase "and I know that it is (pause) already one of my buffer pieces". What? I don't understand what that means.Last thought: If we start with the 1st example, you say "this piece" with "this" being UBL followed by "should go here" with here being UFR. How? Why? It has a green sticker so why wouldn't it go left? I must be severally mentally handicapped if everyone else is getting it.
Your explanation of buffer and helper could use a lot more explanation. I don't even know what I'm looking for. For instance, you say: "This algorithm will swap the piece at the [A] position (also known as the buffer) with the [L] position (also known as the helper)". Ok fine...but is the [A] position and where is the [L] position. You never explain what they are or where to find them.
Cool. Software dev as well. Currently on year 12 at Microsoft. Where are you at?
Wow....just.....wow. I won't ever make this because a) i do hardware and software stuffs b) wayyyy above my cooking (and patience level) and c) it would not come close to what you made. I applaude your passion. It comes through in your writing. Great job.
Micro Raspberry-Pi arcade cabinet
Multiplexing 7 Segment displays with Arduino and Shift Registers
3 Arduino Pins to 24+ Output Pins
Mini Pi-Powered Arcade Machine
Is there a good article that explains how to best utilize pins. For example, I have an Uno with a lot of digital and analog pins. I'm not really sure how to make it all work with this smaller CPU.