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Doesn't seem to work right -- ($1&&$x[$1]+7) adds 7 too often and !!$& has issues with "000".

# 123456789_123456789_1 # onemilliontwentyfour # onethousandtwentyfour echo 1000024 | perl duelafn.pl 1000024 is 20. 20 is 6. 6 is 3. 3 is 5. 5 is 4. 4 is magic. echo 1024 | perl duelafn.pl 1024 is 21. 21 is 9. 9 is 4. 4 is magic. echo 1000024 | haarg.pl 1000024 is 13. 13 is 8. 8 is 5. 5 is 4. 4 is magic. echo 1024 | haarg.pl 1024 is 13. 13 is 8. 8 is 5. 5 is 4. 4 is magic. echo 1000024 | perl thundergnat.pl 1000024 is 17. 17 is 9. 9 is 4. 4 is magic. echo 1024 | perl thundergnat.pl 1024 is 13. 13 is 8. 8 is 5. 5 is 4. 4 is magic.

Update tracked doiwn more details of the bugs.

Good Day,
    Dean


In reply to Re^4: Code Golf: Four is magic by duelafn
in thread Code Golf: Four is magic by deMize

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