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Guest Message by DevFuse

LVan Toren

Member Since 19 Sep 2013
Offline Last Active Apr 17 2014 12:30 AM

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In Topic: Broken keyboard

15 April 2014 - 09:30 PM

I believe we have different interpretations of the mechanics of this problem.

Spoiler for Some remarks

This wasn't my understanding. I assumed that the first Ctrl+V replaces the three typed A's since they're still selected, much like everyday word-processing software. In otherwords:
- Ctrl+A selects
- Ctrl+C copies
- The three A's are still selected
- Ctrl+V replaces the selected A's with pasted ones.
That was the basis for my work, though your interpretation may well be correct. Maybe BMAD could clarify exactly how the process works?

Edit: From BMAD's examples it looks to be the case that the typed A's are indeed replaced. However, your interpretation would make an equally interesting puzzle! :)


You are right. I solved another puzzle

In Topic: Broken keyboard

14 April 2014 - 04:44 PM

Spoiler for list of N and M, another puzzle

In Topic: Broken keyboard

14 April 2014 - 04:36 PM

Spoiler for a solution

In Topic: Broken keyboard

14 April 2014 - 04:14 PM

Spoiler for More thoughts


Also excuse the messiness again, working on it whilst I'm writing is never a good idea! Btw, is there a neat way of indicating the less-than-or-equal symbol?

Spoiler for Some remarks

In Topic: reversed coefficients

26 March 2014 - 12:58 AM

Spoiler for I'd say that

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