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Anagrams ForAll

Submitted on: 1/2/2017 11:01:26 PM
By: Eddie Bole 
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 1 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     This finds all possible combinations of words with certain letters using the great MCListbox V3.3 and removes duplicates as well as orders the words. Using the program I was "IDEED" as "EDDIE" or "EEDDI". Just joking with you all.

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3/9/2017 4:17:24 AMEvariste Galois

You might find this interesting - what you are doing is covered under:

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6/16/2017 10:33:09 PMEddie Bole

Thank you Evariste Galois for the interesting link. I first got into this stuff after watching "Sneakers" and the "No more secrets" permutations scene.
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8/14/2018 11:38:58 PMEvariste Galois

Are you familiar with Martin Broadhurst? He's like a modern Knuth.


Or (just in case you're not familiar with this little parmaeter in Google searches: combinations

and you can see his old works. Or even better, how about the Wayback Machine?
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