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Allen, Greg
Date:
April 1, 2008 03:37
Subject:
RE: YN golf
Message ID:
F5037BD22D1BC94A82CDC6B5E966C1E508C75E0F@LOPETS1EXMS001.leh.lbcorp.lehman.com

Magoo! 

-----Original Message-----
From: John W. Krahn [mailto:krahnj@telus.net] 
Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2008 7:17 AM
To: fwp@perl.org
Subject: Re: YN golf

Uri Guttman wrote:
> someone posted (and it wasn't homework) for an easy way to get all
> possible combos of YN (5 chars so 32 answers). he got some basic
> multiline answers but i think it makes for a great golf problem.
> 
> here is my first pass which i am sure can be easily bested. i haven't
> even squeezed out the white spaces but it does work.
> 
> golf away!
> 
> uri
> 
> perl -le 'print join "\n", map {tr/01/NY/; $_} map unpack( "b5", chr),
0 .. 31'

   perl -le'y/01/NY/&&print,for+map+unpack(b5,chr),0..31'



John
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