2022-03-20 (Su) RemoteFinishLine

I kept working through the pseudo-code, but my brain had trouble parsing the concept of the same sketch running the start line and finish line. In one case, the units need to agree that they both see a laser reflection. If I were doing this on a single unit, it would be arbitrary to check one unit then another, but I can't guarantee a quick response time with wireless communication. I don't want to add delay() functions if possible. Additionally, keeping the two roles separate in my mind while visualizing their cooperation is not straightforward in all cases. I have to keep starting at the beginning of the code, thinking it through, and imagining all the possible problems, which is good mental exercise but time-consuming.
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