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by gods
on Feb 11, 2000 at 00:06 UTC ( #3333=superdoc: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??
Thanks Monks, for your excellent responses.

I am glad to see 'amazing ideas. I am in the process of running your code against different patterns.
Meanwhile test your code against:

String: bookhelloworldhellohellohihellohiworldhihelloworldhihellobookpenbookpenworld

Number of Patterns:5
==========================================================
Deduce patterns:world pen, book, hi, hello
Some more rules to identify patterns.
1.  I am not looking specifically for dictionary words. 
2.  One Pattern cannot be part of another pattern.
3.  There could be multiple answers.
4.  A Pattern may  show up only once.
5.  A Pattern may contain single character only
6.  A Pattern may contain space also.
In case of multiple answer there could be 'techniques' we can apply to obtain the possible best
such as: minimum sum of length of patterns.

Thanks,
Artist.


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