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#!/usr/bin/perl sub c {my$n=-1+shift;$n?map{my$c=$_;map$c.$_,c($n,@_)}@_:@_}; sub d {my$n=shift;--$n?map{my$d=$_;map$d.$_,d($n,@_)}@_:@_}; print join " ", c qw(2 a b c); print "\n"; print join " ", d qw(2 a b c); print "\n"; print join " ", c qw(4 0 1); print "\n"; print join " ", d qw(4 0 1); print "\n";

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