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anonymous

  • 4 years ago

PS6#4: Creating subsets Turns out my code broke down when there were duplicates. And I also know about itertools, I just think that defeats the purpose of the class. Anyway, I started from scratch and I think this is a coherent algorithm that correctly generates all subsets. I've also explained the logic the best I could. http://codepad.org/dxNMuin7

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    cool - you are expecting a sorted argument? http://codepad.org/g64qPFt7

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    yes. I sort the hand before passing it to multiSets.

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    Nice! I had an implimentation that was similar to itertools, but it still used some stuff we hadn't seen.

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