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Re^3: Efficient Unique Nested Combinations

by Moron (Curate)
on Jun 27, 2007 at 09:32 UTC ( #623566=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Efficient Unique Nested Combinations
in thread Efficient Unique Nested Combinations

Au contraire, M::C supports nCk and the described operation can be expressed as a two-deep explicit nested loop of nCk next-combination calls, the lower layer being nC1.

Update: because selecting a single member from a set is the semi-degenerate nC1 case of an nCr.

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Re^4: Efficient Unique Nested Combinations
by Roy Johnson (Monsignor) on Jun 27, 2007 at 15:17 UTC
    If I understand you — and I very well may not — you'd be generating the whole set and then letting M::C filter it down. Can you illustrate what you're talking about, in Perl?

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      No I meant to just iterate nested next-combinations but it comes to my attention that actually both loops were degenerate (nCn and nC1) so that M::C would be doing nothing more than returning next elements in arrays, which might as well be handrolled anyway. To assure unique selections from inner arrays, the OPs hash idea seems now as good as any.

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