As a sort of different puzzler than golf, and thinking about a different problem today, I propose the following puzzle:
How many ways can one generate the list ( 1..10 ) in perl, with the following stipulations:
- You cannot use any modules
- You cannot use any digit [0-9] in your
- You cannot use any mathematical operator (+, -, /, *, **, %, ++, --, and the equivalent +=, etc) or mathematical function (such as int, sqrt, sin, or atan2).
Any other aspect of perl is fair game, as this is an attempt to see how many ways, both unique and creative, that this can be done.
Dr. Michael K. Neylon - email@example.com
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