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how to permute bit strings and manipulate their elements
I want to write a
function(has 2 paremeter, n=range,k=number of 1 digits)
which finds all probable combinatorics of arbitrary bit strings and evaluate sum of tensor ...
Sep 14 '13 at 8:33
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