Away from the bustling streets of urban Paris is a sleepy old village called, Ville de Petro. There, a Monsieur Jean-Luc Cabrel, a longtime employee at the petanque factory called Energy, sluggishly goes about his work on the assembly line making sure the pétanque balls are packaged correctly. There is a problem, however.
In the old days, Jean-Luc (or JL for short) was sprightly and agile and all the balls were the same color (silver) so they were easy to group. He was a mean, lean pétanque-sorting machine! Sadly, today's modern pétanque game includes several colors, which Requirements
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