Podcast #128: We chat with Kent C Dodds about why he loves React and discuss what life was like in the dark days before Git. Listen now.
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Puzzles that focus on getting information from truth-tellers (who never lie), liars (who always lie), and Jokers (who answer at random).

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Solution: Let's start with a case-by-case analysis: As for the second case:
answered Sep 17 '16 by Matsmath
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This puzzle has surprisingly There are no other solutions. Thanks @rand al'thor for pointing out a bug in how I selected 3-subsets.
answered Sep 17 '16 by Matsmath
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Honestly, I guessed I don't know if there are other solutions.
answered Sep 21 '16 by Matsmath
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The truth table you seek is as follows (credits to these beautiful formatting goes to @humn): You solve these kind of problems by computers (as you can see some code in other posts). The basic idea …
answered Sep 20 '16 by Matsmath