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Well this is my first golf, and I was pretty proud of it until I saw tilly's post. But then again, when doesn't he have the lowest score? :)

Anyway.. I'm sure this can be improved..

I'm not sure on the counting rules, but if it's everything inside the sub, not counting whitespace, it's 150

```#!/usr/bin/perl
\$|=1;
my @b = ('5', '/', '6', '3', 'X', 'X', '7', '0', '4', '3', 'X', '4', '
+/', '8', '1', '3', '/', '6');

\$r = a(@b);
print "score is \$r\n";

sub a {
map {s/(\/|X)/10/} @_ ;
while (\$_ = shift) {
if (/^.\$/) {
\$t += (\$_[0] == 10 ? \$_[1] + shift : \$_ + shift)
}else{
\$t+= (\$_[0] < 10 && \$_[1] == 10 ? 20 : 10 + \$_[0] + \$_[1])
}
last if ++\$f ==10
}
\$t
}
update: original was missing the pound symbol on the first line.. nothing to do with the sub.. just mised it in the copy-n-paste. Also, put the exact array from the example in case someone thought it was giving the wrong answer

update II The sub inluding nesisairy whitespace is now 150..
update III removed a space I didn't think I could and removed the closing } from the count... 148

```sub a {
map{s#(/|X)#10#}@_;while(\$_=shift){if(/10/){\$t+=(\$_[0]<10&&\$_[1]==10?2
+0:10+\$_[0]+\$_[1])}else{\$t+=(\$_[0]==10?\$_[1]+shift:\$_+shift)}last if++
+\$f==10}\$t
}
update III same principle, just trimming it down..removed while loop and if statements.. 131
```sub a {
map{s#(/|X)#10#}@_;for(1..10){\$_=shift;/10/?{\$t+=(\$_[0]<10&&\$_[1]==10?
+20:10+\$_[0]+\$_[1])}:{\$t+=(\$_[0]==10?\$_[1]+shift:\$_+shift)}}\$t
}
yet anotherupdate IV: Got it down to 123. But as Tilly pointed out, it doesn't look like this runs on 5.005_03.. so I don't know what it's worth then. I have since tested this and it works on AIX with perl 5.005_03
```sub a {
map{s#[/X]#10#}@_;for(0..9){\$_=shift;/10/?\$t+=\$_[0]<10&&\$_[1]==10?20:1
+0+\$_[0]+\$_[1]:(\$t+=\$_[0]==10?\$_[1]+shift:\$_+shift)}\$t
}
-Rich

In reply to Re: (Golf) Let's go bowling by rchiav
in thread (Golf) Let's go bowling by virtualsue

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