andrew at rivendale.net
Tue Jan 28 12:29:14 CST 2003
On Tue, Jan 28, 2003 at 06:07:57PM +0000, Marty Pauley wrote:
> I will provide the grid as input to your program: four lines containing
> four letters, followed by a 5th line containing 4 equal signs. To make
> things easier for your program and my testing, I will append a very long
> list of words to this input to provide your program with a vocabulary.
> A sample input file is attached, with a short vocabulary.
> The corresponding output is also attached.
On STDIN? What's the purpose of line five? why can't we just assume
that the first four lines are the grid and whatever follows is the list
Leo: (July 23 - Aug. 22)
You may be tired of your migraines, but don't worry. There's only one
left to go.
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