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Golf: Indici to all sectors of an xD space

by jeroenes (Priest)
on Oct 10, 2001 at 21:28 UTC ( #118061=perlmeditation: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

I hope you like this one, as it is my ever-first attempt at a golf.

The challenge is to create a 2D-array that contains indici of all sectors in a multi-dimensional space. The indici are given as unitary vectors in that space.

Eg., in a flat plane (2D), there are four sectors, so we have 4 vectors:

-1 -1 -1 1 1 -1 1 1
that point each to a quadrant:
| (-1, 1) | ( 1, 1) | ------------------- | (-1,-1) | ( 1,-1) |
This of course comes handy when you want mirror some image or curve.

The constraints are: (i) strict compliant, (ii) return a reference to an 2D-array and (iii) only the code inside the sub is counted (believe the last is standard, isn't it?). Furthermore: the vectors must be unitary vectors in the inner dimension. The function takes as input a scalar holding the number of dimensions disired.

Here is a starting point at 79 chars:

sub iterate_dim{ [map[map$_*2-1,split"",$_],map{substr unpack("B*",chr$_-1),-$_[0]}1..2 +**$_[0]] } #and call it: my $AoA = iterate_dim( 2 );

Have fun,

Jeroen
"We are not alone"(FZ)

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Re (tilly) 1: Golf: Indici to all sectors of an xD space
by tilly (Archbishop) on Oct 10, 2001 at 21:55 UTC
    46 characters.
    sub h { @;=[];@;=map{[@$_,1],[@$_,-1]}@;for 1..pop;\@; }
    Note that strict compliance bought absolutely no safety here, I just got around it with using a global punctuation variable. But I would have used a global punctuation variable anyways, it allows me to save a space in front of the for. Therefore I consider strict compliance in golf to be a useless constraint. It is too easily satisfied in point while disregarded in spirit.
      I can't beat this, but here's strict in spirit at 46:
        
      sub h { $_[0]?[map{[@$_,1],[@$_,-1]}@{h(-1+pop)}]:[[]] }
         MeowChow                                   
                     s aamecha.s a..a\u$&owag.print
        OK, strict in spirit at 44.
        sub h{ #23456789_123456789_123456789_123456789_1234 eval'['.('map{[@$_,1],[@$_,-1]}'x pop).'[]]' }
        UPDATE
        Well strict and warnings compliant in 43:
        sub h{ #23456789_123456789_123456789_123456789_123 [eval(('map{[@$_,1],[@$_,-1]}'x pop).'[]')] }
        and then strict alone in 39:
        sub h{ #23456789_123456789_123456789_123456789 [eval'map{[@$_,1],[@$_,-1]}'x pop.'[]'] }
        UPDATE 2
        Warnings as well in 40:
        sub h{ #23456789_123456789_123456789_123456789_ [eval'map{[@$_,1],[@$_,-1]}'x$_[0].'[]'] }
Re: Golf: Indici to all sectors of an xD space
by trantor (Chaplain) on Oct 11, 2001 at 02:47 UTC

    35 characters, both warnings and strict compliant:

    # 1 2 3 #2345678901234567890123456789012345 [map{eval"[$_],"}glob'{-,}1,'x pop]

    I used the approach discussed in Web-Safe Color Chart

    -- TMTOWTDI

      Really cute. Unportable under 5.005, but portable on 5.6. However one technical note, you can reduce it to 29:
      sub h { # 1 2 #2345678901234567890123456789 [map[eval],glob'{-,}1,'x pop] }
      Nice... since I've had a hand passing that glob trick around perhaps I should attempt to shave a few chars off this tricky entry....

      30 chars... passes warnings and strict: (though not necessarily taint compliant)

      # 1 2 3 #23456789012345678901234567890 [map{[eval]}glob'{-,}1,'x pop]

      Doh! tilly was quicker, and beat me by a char (of course, I originally learned the glob trick from him, so perhaps thats how it should be...)

      -Blake

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