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Hi Tilly.

Ok so on that input it doesnt work.

I guess now I'm being a pain, but japhy's spec *did* say make a function that takes any number of equal-length strings

However I do believe in defensive programming, so I can see why you did that.

Very interesting, and food for thought


$\="\n"; $,=","; print r("0000", "0000", "0000"); #outputs #000,000,000,000

In reply to Re: Re (tilly) 3: (Golf) Strings-to-Array by demerphq
in thread (Golf) Strings-to-Array by japhy

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