CY's Take on PWC#094

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Task 1 of #094 looks like a sibling of Task 1 of #092 (which Perl codes are recently reviewed, my …

Let us Have a Productive Year of 2021

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Bye, 2020

There are 28 entries on this blog in the Year 2020.

In February, I started to join "The Weekly Challenge"(PWC in short, as initially it was called "Perl Weekly Challenge" while the name "Perl6" hadn't been replaced by Raku). Then I slowly involved in the Perl community as a beginner.

At first, my codes wer…

From a Reflection on The Weekly Challenge 092 Task 1

Update: Ben Bullock has provided script for my question.
See the comment section. Thanks Ben.

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Happy New Year!


Today's data is about

$ perl pwc092-1_isomorphic.pl '茫茫人海' '夜夜笙歌'
0

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Seeing others' post, I have a short reflection on dated The Weekly Challenge #092 Task 1 (statements / rec…

CY's Brute-Force Take on Task 2 of PWC#089

If you want to challenge yourself on programming, especially on Perl and/or Raku, go to https://perlweeklychallenge.org, code the latest challenge, submit codes on-time (via GitHub or email).



(In a rush, sorry for the "raw" style this week.)


d e f g h i Statement: The center term, "$e" , is 5. Proof…

CY's Take on PWC#088

Task 1 Array of Product

sub myproduct {
    my @arr = @_;
   …