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How to unscramble words

MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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Need to know a little more than that about what you mean.
There are a lot of approaches to this problem, but they all have similar steps. 1) take your input. either from standard in, or a file or however you want to receive it. 2) depending on number of permutations and how you're checking them, you decide whether you want to run through list of permutations or the list of words. whichever has the least number of combinations. as you progress through your chosen data set, either discard failures or log successes, and at the end you should have a succesful count and a word list.

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