ActionScript Puzzler – Block Party!

Hi, everyone! It’s been a while, but it’s time now for another Puzzler! This time, we’ll do another ActionScript Puzzler! For those of you that don’t know what a Puzzler is, let me quickly explain. A Puzzler is essentially a short and simple programming problem that is used to demonstrate special cases or “features” of a programming language. See some of my old ones here, here, and here.

This time, I’ve decided to try something new. Rather than writing a blog post about it, I’ve made a video Puzzler instead! Watch below! And as always, feedback is always welcome!

If you like these video Puzzlers, let me know and I can do more! Or, if you prefer the blog-post style, let me know too. Until next time, happy coding!


7 Responses to ActionScript Puzzler – Block Party!

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  2. keep it going , i like the way you explain the code :)

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  4. Kevin McCusker says:

    Thanks Charles! This was the first Puzzler I’ve seen from you, I’ll have to check out the rest.

    I really like that you present the puzzler, walk through the code and then explain what is going on. Being able to understand what is going on behind the scenes really helps as a developer.

    Keep these coming, in video format!

  5. Amer says:

    Great. please keep on .

  6. Yes! I love these, keep them coming in video format.


  7. Uwe Laubender says:

    Thank you Charles!
    Come up with more of that…

    Interesting enough every implementation of JavaScript could surprise us.
    Let’s take ExtendScript (ExtendScript Toolkit v3.8.0.12 ExtendScript 4.2.12) and the Puzzler “Why Are We Bankrupt?”:
    The ESTK result is b.) and not d.)
    (Around min 38 in your presentation)