Let me announce the winner of Perl Weekly Challenge - 016 and the name is Adam Russell. Many congratulations to Adam. You should soon hear from Perl Careers about your reward. Please do let us know how you feel about it. For rest of the participants, I would say Good Luck for next time. Keep sending in your solutions and share your knowledge with each other.
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Michael Hamlin from Michigan, he has been programming Perl since 1994, but mostly smallish things until about 10 years ago, when he switched to become a developer full-time.
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Create a script to demonstrate Ackermann function. The Ackermann function is defined as below, m and n are positive number:
A(m, n) = n + 1 if m = 0 A(m, n) = A(m - 1, 1) if m > 0 and n = 0 A(m, n) = A(m - 1, A(m, n - 1)) if m > 0 and n > 0
Example expansions as shown in wiki page.
A(1, 2) = A(0, A(1, 1)) = A(0, A(0, A(1, 0))) = A(0, A(0, A(0, 1))) = A(0, A(0, 2)) = A(0, 3) = 4
Create a script to parse URL and print the components of URL. According to Wiki page, the URL syntax is as below:
For example: jdbc://user:password@localhost:3306/pwc?profile=true#h1
scheme: jdbc userinfo: user:password host: localhost port: 3306 path: /pwc query: profile=true fragment: h1
Write a script to use Bhagavad Gita API. For more information about API, please visit page. The API task is optional but we would love to see your solution.
Last date to submit the solution 23:59 (UK Time) Sunday 21st July 2019.