Here is my entry in the Golf game, but with some additions that may throw me off the tour. I made two data structures @a for animals and @q for questions. I then update these inside of the allowed subs that are/were outlined in the rules. With that said I am at ~111 characters in my do_it sub.
```my @q = ( 'Is your animal larger then a bread box',
'Is your animal taller then a car' );
my @a = ( 'dog' );
sub a {
print shift, "?\n";
my \$a = <>;
return 1 if \$a =~ /y/i;
}

sub g {
print 'I think your animal is a ', shift , ", am I right?\n";
my \$a = <>;
return 1 if \$a =~ /y/i;
}

sub t {
my \$q = shift;
my \$a = <>;
chomp \$a;
push @a , \$a;
return \$a;
}

sub i {
my (\$u,\$g) = @_;
print "What is a question that is true for \$u, but false for \$g?\n
+";
}

sub w {
print "Do you want to conitue?\n";
my \$a = <>;
if (\$a =~ /n/i) {
die "Thanks for playing\n";
};
do_it();
}

sub do_it{
for\$s(@a){\$g=\$s;for\$q(@q){if(a(\$q)){\$g=\$r{\$q}||\$s}}
if(g(\$g)){w()}else{\$t=t();\$i=i(\$t,\$g);\$r{\$i}=\$t;do_it()}}}
&do_it();

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In reply to Re: (Golf) The Animal Game by trs80
in thread (Golf) The Animal Game by Masem

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