## Source: Rock Paper Scissors

## Part 1

Given a list of Rock Paper Scissors matches with A,B,C or X,Y,Z corresponding to those plays and scoring 1,2,3 points for your play plus 0,3,6 for a loss, draw, or win, what is your total score.

Given a list of Rock Paper Scissors matches with A,B,C or X,Y,Z corresponding to those plays and scoring 1,2,3 points for your play plus 0,3,6 for a loss, draw, or win, what is your total score.

Let’s do this thing!

I’m going to try Rust this time, since it’s 1) awesome 2) fast and 3) crazy. :D

Let’s see how it goes!

If you’d like to see the full form of any particular solution, you can do so on GitHub (including previous years and possibly some I haven’t written up yet): jpverkamp/advent-of-code

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