10 questions linked to/from Say What You See
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Look and say sequence [duplicate]

The look and say sequence is a basic form of run length encoding. The sequence starts with the number 1 and each additional number encodes the number of digits that are repeated before each digit ...
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Point-free look and say sequence [duplicate]

You are too make a program that take an integer as the input and outputs the first what ever that number was of the look and say sequence. For example: ...
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Describe a number with numbers (Looping) [duplicate]

Overview Related. When you have a very long number, you would like to say how many of a specific digits are there rather than the number itself. You may want to repeat this multiple times. Write a ...
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Tips for golfing in R

I'm looking for tips for golfing in the R statistical language. R is perhaps an unconventional choice for Golf. However, it does certain things very compactly (sequences, randomness, vectors, and ...
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Sort by what the digit pairs describe

Given a positive integer, we can form a new number that's described by its digits taken pairwise (with a leading 0 added for numbers with odd number of digits). For eg.: 1234 can be read as one 2, ...
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Find the k-th order summary of a number

Background The summary of a non-negative integer $n$ is the concatenation of all digits that appear in $n$ in increasing order, with each digit being preceded by the number of times it appears in \...
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Inverse Look-and-Say

Background The Look and Say Sequence is built up by reading off the digits of previous entries in the sequence, counting the number of digits in groups of the same digit. For example: ...
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One 1, Two 1's, One 2 One 1

Challenge: Create a program that takes input of a positive non-zero integer and outputs the 4 next numbers in the sequence described below. Note: Checking if the input is actually a positive non-...