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So the length of the substrings varies, they're variable length substrings, this is pretty common in everything , real life, tv/books/internet ... :)

Now you know :P


In reply to Re: Substrings of unusual size! (variable length substrings) by Anonymous Monk
in thread Substrings of unusual size! by Jalcock501

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