NPR puzzle

Lynch, Jonathan bnz2 at
Fri Jul 22 12:13:45 EDT 2005

I just applied this technique to a spellchecker we use for a program at

Holy freakin' cow! 

It was ultrafast - I mean, like nearly instant. Much faster than the
spellchecker on MSWord

Thanks Dick!

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Sent: Friday, July 22, 2005 11:35 AM
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Subject: Re: NPR puzzle


Thursday, July 21, 2005, 8:57:52 PM, you wrote:

SR> Dick's solution set up the initial array by putting "true" into each
SR> element, so I think his syntax is perfectly correct :-)

It's not the true part of the conditional I'm taking issue with, but
the false part; the assumption that anything not explicitly "true" is

SR> It was a great solution. I thought that putting the field data into


-Mark Wieder
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