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This is just another perl newbie here.Thanks every1 for replying to my question about merging files.
.Phew! i really do have a long way to go. Anyway i was going through some C exercises i had done previously and i came across an interesting
exercise. You have to write a program to produce
the following output
Well, um i wrote the code , but since er i just baby talk perl,
the code is very big i just know that there
is a more better and more intelligent way to do it
.I will really appreciate your help perl monks if you kindly
THANKS ankur
ABCDEFGFEDCBA ABCDEF FEDCBA ABCDE EDCBA ABCD DCBA ABC CBA AB BA A A <CODE> #!/usr/bin/perl -w @store=('a'..'g'); $i=@store; $count=0; while($i>=0){ &printline($i-1,@store); &revline($i-1,$count,@store); $count++; pop(@store); } sub printline{ ($itemp,@printarray)=@_; for($j=0;$j<=$itemp;$j++){ print "$printarray[$j]"; } } sub revline{ ($it,$cou,@linarray)=@_; if ($cou==0){ for($k=$it;$k>=0;$k--){ print "$linarray[$k]"; } print '/n'; return; } $p=$cou-1; $r=2*$p + 1; for ($j=1;$j<=$r;$j++){ print " "; } for($k=@linarray-1;$k>=0;$k--){ print "$store[$k]"; if ($k==0){ print '\n' ; } } }
er i dont know formatting yet

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