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Hi again,

BTW, nice post, Lysander, I really got hung on that one...

Below is my quickshot version. Of course, a serious version of this would need input checks, etc., etc. I was just courious how I'd do this in a generalized way, using a flat array (like a talon of cards). This version allows for matrices of arbitrary dimensions.

The print_matrix sub should therefore also be generic for all (quadratic) arrays -- where sqrt(@array) returns a natural number (an integer).

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; my $dimension = shift || 4; my @card_matrix = (1 .. $dimension ** 2); print_matrix(@card_matrix); print "\nrow? : "; my $row = <STDIN>; chomp($row); print_matrix(reverse @card_matrix); print "\ncol? : "; my $col = <STDIN>; chomp($col); print "\nsolution: ", $card_matrix[($row - 1) * $dimension + ($dimension - $col)]; sub print_matrix { my @matrix = @_; my $dimension = sqrt(@matrix); printf "\n" . "\t[%d]" x $dimension, (1..$dimension); for(my $row = 0; $row < $dimension; $row++) { printf "\n[%d]" . "\t%d" x $dimension, $row + 1, @matrix[$row * $dimension .. $row * $dimension ++ $dimension - 1]; } }

So long,
Flexx


In reply to Re: Perl Card Trick by Flexx
in thread Perl Card Trick by Lysander

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