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answered Adapt ColorFunction in Array Plot
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comment Word Squares and Beyond
No worries, you did pretty good job in comments ;-)
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comment Word Squares and Beyond
+1 Very nice. Can you pin point in a few words the main algorithm difference between your solution and the one that starts with an initial string/word (like @Verbeia) ? I think it is still possible to enumerate your pseudo-random solutions with something like (SeedRandom[#]; findWordHypercube[2, 3, "Random" -> True]) & /@ Range[10]
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comment How to use and input audio wav file into a Wolfram demonstration
@Alexander I changed the beginning of my answer to reflect on your last comment.
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revised What function can I use to evaluate $(x+y)^2$ to $x^2 + 2xy + y^2$?
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comment What function can I use to evaluate $(x+y)^2$ to $x^2 + 2xy + y^2$?
@OleksandrR. Maybe to evaluate sub-expressions? One can select self-sufficient part of expression and evaluate it leaving the larger context untouched.
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comment Word Squares and Beyond
Yep, exactly what I was looking for ;-) Do you get a tremendous slowdown for 5 letter strings?
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comment Word Squares and Beyond
+1 Lovely! Here is the usage for the initial string "true" that generates just 8 squares Grid[#, Frame -> All] & /@ Characters /@ findWordSquare["true"] with just total of 11 different words Union@Flatten@findWordSquare["true"] I wonder which words produce the least number of squares.
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comment Word Squares and Beyond
Collection of programs in other languages: gtoal.com/scrabble/wordsquares.html
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