Re : Yet Another Software Challenge --> jumping too fast to

Sorry about my previous mail,

It was early in the morning and I jumped too fast to conclusion without
reading the code properly,…

Eric.


Eric TORREBORRE
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De : Eric T. [email protected]
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Envoyé le : Mardi, 15 Mai 2007, 9h11mn 24s
Objet : Re : Yet Another Software Challenge

Did the first riddle also, very nice way to revise regular expressions!

I’ll leave the second one for later but reading the description, I am
puzzled by a definition:

def cypher(text, keyword, direction=1):
if direction < 0: direction = -1
else: direction = 1It looks like the direction will never alternate
between 1 and -1. I suppose this is a bug, isn’t it?
Thanks anyway, your riddles have a “I-want-to-know-whats-next” flavor.

Eric.


Eric TORREBORRE
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e-mail: [email protected] / [email protected]
blog: http://etorreborre.blogspot.com

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De : Thierry [email protected]
À : ruby-talk ML [email protected]
Cc : [email protected]
Envoyé le : Lundi, 14 Mai 2007, 22h20mn 05s
Objet : Yet Another Software Challenge

For those interested in programming riddles, I would like to
announce a new programming challenge I’m just launching at
http://software.challenge.googlepages.com

This challenge is in its early stage and thus set to be continuously
improved.

I would be especially interested in your comments and feedbacks about
this initiative and its relevance.

Enjoy!

Thierry

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Oops, I’m catching up on my list reading and didn’t see your follow-up
post. I’m still curious if you have solved #2 however.

–Bill

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