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To sum a list, I used the sum from List::Util. I made the following observation: if the array can be split, then the sum of each part is the half of the sum of the whole array. I used vec to generate binary vectors to be used as Indicator function. Checking a half of the possible vectors is enough, the rest is complementary (i.e. the two subsets are swapped).
#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use List::Util qw(sum); sub is_divisible { my $array = shift; my $sum = sum(@$array) / 2; for my $bitmask (1 .. 2 ** $#$array - 1) { return 1 if sum(map { $array->[$_] * vec $bitmask, $_, 1} 0 .. + $#$array) == $sum; } return; } my @arrays = ( [qw(1 3 5 7)], [qw(1 3 8 4)], [qw(1 6 2)], [qw(5 5 4 6 2 8 1 9)], ); for my $array (@arrays) { print "@$array: ", is_divisible($array) ? 'yes' : 'no', "\n"; }
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In reply to Re: Divide an array into 2 subsets to verify their sum is equal or not. by choroba
in thread Divide an array into 2 subsets to verify their sum is equal or not. by bimleshsharma

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