Re: List representation using element position

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• Subject: [mg72541] Re: List representation using element position
• From: "Dr. Wolfgang Hintze" <weh at snafu.de>
• Date: Fri, 5 Jan 2007 02:38:18 -0500 (EST)
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```Bon jour Jean-Marc,
there is absolutely no reason for apologizing; on the contrary!
Your comment is completely correct. Actually, without stating it, I
wanted the function to be applied to other elements that numbers.
Hence mine is incorrect, or at least incomplete.
Best regards,
Wolfgang

Jean-Marc Gulliet wrote:

> Jean-Marc Gulliet wrote:
>
>>Dr. Wolfgang Hintze wrote:
>>
>>>Hello group,
>>>happy new year to all of you!
>>>
>>>This one was put up in a slightly different form by me in March 2006.
>>>It is now more general and it is lossless with respect to information:
>>>
>>>Given a list of integers which may repeat, e.g.
>>>
>
> <.. snip..>
>
>>>My solution appears 15 lines below
>>>
>>By the way, your solution works "correctly" only for a list of positive
>>integers. (Otherwise, the elements of the original list are replace by
>>their index number, index number starting from one.) Compare,
>>
> <..snip..>
>
> Sorry Wolfgang,
>
> Forgive me for this silly comment, since you explicitly and correctly
> describe what you expect in your original post, post that, for whatever
> reason, I fail to keep in mind!
>
> Regards,
> Jean-Marc
>
>

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