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I had considered explicitly stating that solutions such as yours, which iterate through all possible strings, would be rated in a seperate class. This makes me wonder, however, if there is a class of optimization problems for which iterating brute-force through the entire solution space is faster (algorithmically) than directly computing a solution.

You are a bit mistaken in choosing Golf: Embedded In Order, however, since that is not the same thing as a substring:

print assemble(qw(oa af wf wa)); # owaf - a wrong answer # oafwfwa - a right answer
If you change that into an index, things work out bettter (and with less code):
sub c{@r='';@r=map{$c=$_;map$c.$_,@r}@_ for 1..shift;@r} sub assemble { my$n;{for(c($n++,map{split//}@_)){$v=$_;map{1+index$v,$_ or next}@_;re +turn$_}redo} } print assemble(qw(oa af fa afa));
   MeowChow                                   
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In reply to Re: Re (tilly) 1: (Golf) Fragment Reassembly by MeowChow
in thread (Golf) Fragment Reassembly by MeowChow

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