Thanks for the reply!
I wanted to get something out of the way first, some other guy made a
thread exactly the same as my one and it has generated 6 replys somehow.
It is located here http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/2497160#new although
you can probably just see it for yourself on the frontpage.
We are in no way connected, in fact I don't really know any other
programmers :O. So I would assume this is a glitch in the system. I hope
there is some way to merge these two threads together.
Now to reply to the questions:
Is this no good?
[7, 7.058823529, 9.941176471]
[6.5, 7.542857143, 9.957142857]
Are you requiring only integers?
Can you show some code?
Yea for simplicity's sake I just want full integers, although I don't
really mind either way.
Here is the Haskell code:
let rightTriangles' = [ (a,b,c) | c <- [1..10], b <- [1..c], a <-
[1..b], a^2 + b^2 == c^2, a+b+c == 24]
Which was found at the bottom of this tutorial:
And I don't have any ruby code, that's why I'm posting here! :3 Just
wondering how I would start about to make a program which uses
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