My vote was the 11th cast, and I walk back now that there's 130 and see all kinds of intelligent dialog about the probability of selecting the "correct" door. What to do with a bunch of type A's on a presumed quest for riches? In the interest of involving perl in this discussion, here are a few links to relevant scripts written by segfault.org
's own Leonard Richardson.
He doesn't use strict
, warnings or taint checking, and it's not my fault. I'm just the lowly little blob of gray matter redirecting this discussion to involve perl.
Monty Hall's Hall of Doors:
Play the game
Read the source
which may or may not use strict, warnings &/or taint checking.
Thank you for your time.
And no, I don't own 27 pairs of sweatpants.
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