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Round 1, 2 minutes

sub h{pop=~/(?:\w+\W*){4}(\w+)/}

Round 2, 15 sec

print STDERR"Can't find label TPC at -e line 5."

Round 3, 5 mins, Should probably use /s and \z but that's 2 extra chars

sub f{pop=~/^(.*?)\1+$/}

Round 4, 6 mins performance level inversly proportional to level of red in bottle

sub h{$_=pop;s/(..)/chr hex $1/eg;(/../g)}

Round 5, Back on form, 2 minutes

sub g{$m=pop;map{$m=$_ if $_>$m}@_;$m}

Round6, Took too damn long!

sub v{sort{eval'$a=~/([aeiou])/;$1'cmp eval'$b=~/([aeiou])/;$1'}@_}

Please sir can I have some more?

tachyon

Updated with corrections 29052001, and sadly all added length :-(


In reply to Re: PGA Golf, Round 1 by tachyon
in thread PGA Golf, Round 1 by jmcnamara

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