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Ruby Quiz #138: This quiz involved counting the number of letters in a particular string, and generating a new string that would be the result of saying the results of the count. For instance, if we start with "HASKELL RULES", we get the sequence:<br />
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HASKELL RULES<br />
ONE A TWO E ONE H ONE K THREE L ONE R TWO S ONE U<br />
ONE A EIGHT E TWO H ONE K ONE L FIVE N SEVEN O TWO R ONE S THREE T ONE U TWO W<br />
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and so on. The object of the quiz is to determine, given an initial string, whether the sequence ever goes into a loop, and if so, how long the cycle length is.<br />
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==The Problem==<br />
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* http://www.rubyquiz.com/quiz138.html<br />
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==Solutions==<br />
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* [[Haskell Quiz/Count and Say/Solution Dolio|Dan Doel]]</div>Dolio