Posted by Denis Borris on October 12, 2002 at 00:12:11:
In Reply to: Well, I'll be damned... posted by Joel on October 11, 2002 at 22:09:10:
: There's actually two of 'em:
: 1+6+7+17+18+23 = 2+3+11+13+21+22
: 2+7+8+18+19+24 = 3+4+12+14+22+23
Yep; actually, the "basic or native" solution is the 1st one;
if you increase the limit to 25, you'll also get:
3+8+9+19+20+25 = 4+5+13+15+23+ 24
....and so on infinitely!
: Takes my pc just under 10 seconds to get the first one, another 14 seconds
: to the next, and about 38 seconds to finish.
Wow! Takes mine a bit over 2 minutes (old 486!).
Your "looping" sure beats mine, then.
What does your looping look like, from g to k ? (I calculate L).
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