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Jan Orwat
on 17 Sep 2014

Sorry for resubmitting an old regexp solution. Seems, that previous one disappeared. I have to solve this problem the proper way.

Paul Berglund
on 18 Sep 2014

I think that this solution is perfectly legitimate. Why try to solve it "properly"? It's not like you are using eval or something like that. regexprep is a perfectly legitimate tool to use.

Jan Orwat
on 18 Sep 2014

I agree with your point of view. Regexprep is a powerful function here.
Unfortunately I've used also '(??@some_code)'. In this case, it's not as bad as playing 'size=11' solution, but it is still a kind of size-cheating for me. I used to play solutions like that, but now I try to avoid this.

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Jon
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At the time of submission, all better scores use either a lookup table or regexp.

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