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Ok, here's my current solution at 192 chars.
```sub a{\$#_?(sort{length\$a<=>length\$b}map{my\$s=\$_;my@l=grep{\$s ne \$_}@_;
+map{my\$t=\$_;my@m=grep{\$t ne \$_}@l;a(i(\$s,\$t),@m)}@l}@_)[0]:pop}
sub i{(\$_,\$t)=@_;chop\$t while!s/\Q\$t\E\$/\$_[1]/&&''ne\$t;\$_;}

print a qw(logger gerbil log analog);
print "\n";
print a qw(GATTACA ATTACA GATT AAGAT CCC);
update1: trimmed another 4 chars from the i sub, and stopped clobbering globals:
```sub i{my(\$s,\$t)=@_;chop\$t while\$s!~s/\Q\$t\E\$/\$_[1]/;\$s}
... if we're clobbering \$_, we can trim another 5:
```sub i{(\$_,\$t)=@_;chop\$t while!s/\Q\$t\E\$/\$_[1]/;\$_}
update2: 163 chars, strict and global-clean, all in one sub, named assemble (or 156 if it's named a):
```sub assemble{\$#_?(sort{length\$a<=>length\$b}map{my\$s=\$_;my@l=grep\$s ne\$
+_,@_;map{my(\$t,\$u)=(\$s,\$_);my@m=grep\$u ne\$_,@l;chop\$u while\$t!~s/\Q\$u
+\E\$/\$_/;assemble(\$t,@m)}@l}@_)[0]:pop}
```   MeowChow
s aamecha.s a..a\u\$&owag.print```

In reply to Re: (Golf) Fragment Reassembly by MeowChow
in thread (Golf) Fragment Reassembly by MeowChow

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