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My haskell approach. Only prints the length and the longest substring which I think was the original problem. And there's probably a module function that does take2While that I just don't know about.

import Data.List (sort,tails) isAscP x y | succ x == y = True isAscP x y | x == '9', y == '0' = True isAscP _ _ = False isDescP x y | succ y == x = True isDescP x y | x == '0', y == '9' = True isDescP _ _ = False take2While :: (a -> a -> Bool) -> [a] -> [a] take2While _ [] = [] take2While _ (x:[]) = [x] take2While p (x:xs@(y:ys)) | p x y == True = x : take2While p xs | otherwise = [x] longestSeq p s = last . sort . map (\x -> (length x, x)) . map (take2W +hile p) $ tails s longestAsc s = longestSeq isAscP s longestDesc s = longestSeq isDescP s main = do mapM_ print $ map ( \x -> last $ sort [ longestAsc x, longestDesc x +] ) test_data test_data = ["46177162136821098372191324396358023311290325514995512037 +4576", "41218287161128572793732981048741734764567889966242600855 +8163", "80644516862271572985414541535685057678903372416444198119 +0358", "73799320594284321094463204375578307048769141937606874852 +0835", "79783673261130165104915794140267749392590890126803346772 +1123", "80034367333583441342569006349963696554752767153578901036 +0222", "36455695473823274009541290542819284921805886986823415432 +1153", "65688601631846538985084526162069491656561155920969515432 +1950", "43982308548391881824360236063248675793848336789046458690 +9210", "27501082572643841973404198765708516277381582187277161932 +2197", "36286200318698643562895639299746227057153878528789011116 +5953", "86578896980048397890987639695689642805948383465444378364 +0994", "08494326244468225664919617082669975678940469991751181340 +4654", "03802243561219785083513947890147183878904240719985858365 +4421", "24471232554189661569782092544273572763854030957460498432 +1042", "79927259366563301479296432100629590729754503939144233930 +9443", "87513484093393755250506962456969217890137276421097350124 +0868", "16060437323320876543354855484294170848344644764967947362 +3104", "78796640372485356789004027625810549218342470476191585852 +4942", "23456532982436100867707549226413076264717737053820267894 +9041" ]

Produces the same strings as the first response for the same test data.

$ runhaskell ascruns.hs (5,"21098") (5,"45678") (5,"67890") (6,"432109") (5,"89012") (5,"78901") (5,"54321") (5,"54321") (5,"67890") (5,"98765") (5,"78901") (5,"09876") (5,"56789") (5,"78901") (5,"43210") (5,"43210") (5,"78901") (6,"876543") (6,"567890") (5,"23456")

Update: Revised version that produces offsets as well as being a bit shorter terser (thanks ambrus for maximum vice last . sort)

longestSeq p s = maximum tuples where ts = tails s runs = map (take2While p) ts tuples = zip3 (map length runs) [0..] runs $ runhaskell ascruns.hs | head -n 4 (len,pos,str) (5,12,"21098") (5,37,"45678") (5,35,"67890")

Further Duh: isDescP is really just flip isAscP . . .

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In reply to Re^2: Find Length Of Longest Ascending/Descending Sequence by Fletch
in thread Find Length Of Longest Ascending/Descending Sequence by Limbic~Region

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