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The number of possible letter arrangements is 3**10, or 59,049, not anywere near 3e10! But even if there were 3e10 possible arrangements, that doesn't matter. You need to search the dictionary so instead of generating some huge list of possible words and then searching the dictionary to see if any of them are in it, instead go through the dictionary and see if any of the words would match the phone number!

        - tye (but my friends call me "Tye")

In reply to (tye)Re: (Golf) mobile phone numbers - words by tye
in thread (Golf) mobile phone numbers -> words by mischief

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