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I think people thought 'homework', as did I, because not being allowed to use 'reverse' sounds like a completely arbitrary restriction, typical of academic qns designed to force you to learn more about the lang.
Nothing wrong with that in that env, of course, but definitely unusual in real world.
I'm guessing that maybe the amt of data involved in the up-coming job is extremely large & using reverse would cause perf/mem issues? Maybe embedded code?

In reply to Re: For Loops and Reversing output by chrism01
in thread For Loops and Reversing output by brusimm

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