From: "Laszlo Sragner" <sragner@mit.bme.hu>
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Subject: Re: All in good fun
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It was possible to get the contest suit by using uninitialized
variables. Code a 10 long sequence of the protein into an integer,
then create a switch case for all the 1024 case of every possible 10
bit integer values and in every case an uninitialized variable named
by the code of the integer (of course fixed). If we get the first
sequence, at the next run we can identify it and go on with the next.
While the contest suit cannot be much more complex then the test
suit, the suit can be sequenced in hundreds of entries. I think that
permute the suit does not help while we identify every possible
sequences and then connect them to each other in the appropriate
order. 


Sragner Laszlo