http://www.norvig.com/java-lisp.html This is is a bit of a challenge, see links in post for original coding challenge. It'd be interesting to see how much time it'd take in Ruby - Lisp 2 hours, C++ roughly 5.5  found on reddit.com Is there a defined way to submit ruby quizes? I haven't looked at the site, so feel free to wail and gnash teeth if it's clearly sign posted anywhere Kev  http://userpages.umbc.edu/~bcorfm1/C++-vs-Lisp.html
on 2006-01-19 07:56
on 2006-01-19 08:32
Kev J. schrieb: > anywhere > > Kev > >  http://userpages.umbc.edu/~bcorfm1/C++-vs-Lisp.html > > > > Here is a paragraph from rubyquiz.com: Can I Submit A Ruby Q. Topic? *Please do!* Ruby Q. depends on community support. The only /goal/ we try to follow with the quizzes is to keep them pretty short (30 minutes to an hour to solve for the average coder). This is obviously vague, so use your best judgment. We're interested in fun little diversions, not a massive time sink. Send all submissions to James Edward G. II <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Ruby%20Quiz%20Suggestion>, the Ruby Q. Administrator. Please indicate whether or not you would like to do the Summary for your topic in your submission message. Feel free to submit as often as you like.
on 2006-01-19 16:23
On Jan 18, 2006, at 11:16 PM, Kev J. wrote: > http://www.norvig.com/java-lisp.html > > This is is a bit of a challenge, see links in post for original > coding challenge. This was already a Ruby Q.: http://www.rubyquiz.com/quiz20.html We weren't as strict with our requirements as them, but the quiz was modeled off of that challenge. James Edward G. II