Cyclic Words Problem Statement We can think of a cyclic word as a word written in a circle. To represent a cyclic word, we choose an arbitrary starting position and read the characters in ...
One of my friends asked me this.. What does this represent? Some string? A B C D A = > < > B < = < < C > > = > D < > < = the only thing I have been able ...
this is the follow-up question to Perfect Hangman in reverse golfers are now asked to develop a program that uses all rules in Perfect Hangman in reverse, instead, playing the player. the program ...
This is similar to other hang-man style problems already posted, except, in this case, the computer is the one guessing. Computers are logical, smart, and consider self-preservation to be important, ...
Just an idea I had the other day: Making beats following a Markov Chain of predefined sounds. I remember someone did a beatbox with Google Translate and the German language (follow the link and press ...
A spoonerisation is swapping the first letter/pronounceable syllable of two or more words. Example: A lack of pies = A pack of lies. Bad salad = Sad ballad (ish) :) Challenge: Write a program to ...
Given a list of words and a grid of letters, find all the words in the grid and remove any letters which are not part of any of the words. The words could be forwards, backwards, up, down or diagonal. ...
This was written as part of the First Periodic Premier Programming Puzzle Push. The Game A starting and ending word of the same length are provided. The objective of the game is to change one ...
Inspired by reddit. Write a program which plays Hangman. The program chooses a random word from a list of N words, where N > 2. The word list can be provided to the program in any way you choose. ...
PROBLEM Given two words, find the winner in a digital root battle. Define the digital root of a word this way: Each letter of the alphabet is assigned a number: A = 1, B = 2, C = 3, ..., Z = 26 ...
I have been thinking a lot about the following puzzle, but could not arrive at a solution. Can someone explain to me how can you get a fair (equal probability) outcome using only an unfair coin ...
This is a word puzzle. Your program should accept two words on the standard input. Word one is the start word. Word two is the end word. From the start word you have to reach the end word ...