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Re: help with simplifying program

by snoopy (Deacon)
on May 24, 2013 at 05:50 UTC ( #1035068=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to help with simplifying program

Hi There, I'm not sure, if the unless condition is actually filtering anything:
use strict; my $n1; my $n2; foreach my $w (3..100) { foreach my $x (2..$w-1) { foreach my $y (1..$x-1) { foreach my $z (0..$y-1) { foreach my $s (1..20) { $n1++; unless ( $x == $w + $s && $y == $x + $s && $z == $y + $s ) { $n2++; } } } } } } print "n1: $n1\n"; print "n2: $n2\n";
Output:
n1: 81658500 n2: 81658500

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[james28909]: i figured out a neet trick
[Lady_Aleena]: james28909, what neat trick?
[james28909]: now if i have packed a script into a PDK exe, and misplaced the source, i can print it.
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