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Mark Schoonover
April 8, 2002 21:23
RE: Please explain
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Dah, TPR(0,3) Still learning the Dvorak keyboard. That's my lie and I'm
sticking to it! 


--=={-----Original Message-----
--=={From: Mark Schoonover []
--=={Sent: Monday, April 08, 2002 8:56 PM
--=={To: 'Keith C. Ivey';
--=={Subject: RE: Please explain
--=={Keith and all,
--=={	Thanks for the help. I now understand the ways of my 
--=={confusion! I
--=={did not understand that the input stream also contained 
--=={the anagrams! I was
--=={under the impression that all anagrams in the input stream 
--=={had to be found.
--=={Oh well, there's TPR(0.4)! It always helps to fully 
--=={understand the problem
--=={at hand!
--=={Thanks Again!
--=={--=={-----Original Message-----
--=={--=={From: Keith C. Ivey []
--=={--=={Sent: Monday, April 08, 2002 5:29 PM
--=={--=={Subject: RE: Please explain
--=={--=={Mark Schoonover <> wrote:
--=={--=={> I can see how the characters in
--=={--=={> elvis and lives word sort the same. So would viles. 
--=={IIUC, seliv
--=={--=={> would sort the same way as viles but seliv is not a 
--=={word, it is
--=={--=={> merely a string of letters. Am I thinking too hard 
--=={on this one
--=={--=={> or am I just royally missing something?
--=={--=={It seems that what you're missing is that only words that are 
--=={--=={in the file to begin with get printed.  So yes, if you had 
--=={--=={'seliv' or 'viles' in the file along with 'elvis' or 'lives', 
--=={--=={they'd get included in the list of anagrams.  There's no 
--=={--=={magical dictionary involved.
--=={--=={Keith C. Ivey <>
--=={--=={Washington, DC

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