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### Example Usage: my $Text = "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog"; my @Words = split(/ /, $Text); printf("%s (%d words)\n", $Text, scalar @Words); print "-"x100 . "\n"; foreach my $I (1..3) { my @Results = Combinations($I, @Words); printf("Found %d combinations of %d words from '%s'\n", scalar @Results, $I, $Text); printf(" (%s)\n", join("|", @$_) ) foreach (@Results); print "-"x100 . "\n"; } ### Actual Useful Part: sub Combinations { my $PickSize = shift; my @Elements = @_; my @RValue; my $StopAt = scalar(@Elements) - ($PickSize-1) - 1; return ([]) if $PickSize == 0; return ([]) if $PickSize > scalar(@Elements); for(my $i=0; $i<=$StopAt; $i++) { my $Element = $Elements[$i]; my @Rest = @Elements; splice(@Rest, 0, $i+1); foreach ( Combinations($PickSize-1, @Rest) ) { my @NewElement = ($Element, @$_); push(@RValue, \@NewElement ); } } return @RValue; }

In reply to Re: Iterating over combinations by Anonymous Monk
in thread Iterating over combinations by blokhead

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