Problem with algorithm
steve at holdenweb.com
Fri Apr 13 15:53:43 CEST 2007
Jia Lu wrote:
>> for m in test:
>> for n in test:
>> for o in test:
>> for p in test:
>> print m+n+o+p
> Thanx for your anwser.
> But if I consider about a combination of over 26 letter's list just
> Need I write 26 for loops to do this?
> Jia LU
Your new example uses 20-byte strings anyway, so to produce those using
the specified method you would need 20 nested for loops, not 26.
I'm pretty sure you could give a separate name to each atom ont he known
universe with a scheme like this. Do you really need 20-byte strings?
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