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Straight from the problem description. Probably O(N**3) or greater.

#!/usr/bin/perl # use strict; use warnings; use List::Util qw( none ); use Path::Tiny; my @words = # get some wor +ds grep /^fun/, # for shorter +testing grep /^[a-z]+$/, path('/usr/share/dict/words')->lines({chomp => 1}); my @longs = grep length $_ >= 9, @words; # all legal lo +ng words for my $short ( grep length $_ <= 8, @words ) # all legal sh +ort words { for my $long ( grep /$short/, @longs ) # all long sup +erstrings { if( none { # test for wor +d between length $_ > length $short and length $_ < length $long and $long =~ $_} @words ) { print "$long $short\n"; } } }


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In reply to Re: minimal superstrings/maximal substrings by tybalt89
in thread minimal superstrings/maximal substrings by stevena

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