python coding contest
just at xs4all.nl
Sat Dec 31 08:57:38 CET 2005
In article <dp4rkq$s45$1 at online.de>,
Christoph Zwerschke <cito at online.de> wrote:
> Mark Dickinson wrote:
> > Here's a variant of André's brilliant idea that's
> > 119 characters long, and fully printable:
> > j=''.join;seven_seg=lambda z:j(j(' _ | |_ _|_|'
> > [ord('^r|=Zm.:v\r'[int(a)])%u*2:][:3]for a in z)
> > +"\n"for u in(3,7,8))
> You have an escaped CR (\r) as the last character in your string.
Which is perfectly printable.
> Here is a 118 character fully printable variant without the \r:
> j=''.join;seven_seg=lambda x:j(j(' _ |_|_ _|
> |'[ord('^rm=3|4:s»'[int(c)])%d*2:][:3]for c in x)+"\n"for d in(3,8,7))
> Note that there is only one non-ascii character in the code.
Which isn't. So I'm not sure what the point is you're trying to make.
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