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simple
02/19/13 9:31pm

I want to make a function. Its domain is set of all lists, and its range is {0,1}. The function value becomes 0 iff the list contains at least one pair of same element. For example,
f({1,3,5,5,9})=0,
f({1,3,3,9,9})=0,
f({1,5,5,5,9})=0,
f({1,3,5,7,9})=1.

I am trying to construct this function, but I could not succeed. Can you help me ?

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If same element exists in a list, gives 0. simple 02/19/13 9:31pm
Re: If same element exists in a list, gives 0. Bill Simpson 02/20/13 1:34pm
Re: Re: If same element exists in a list, gives... yehuda 02/20/13 3:25pm
Re: If same element exists in a list, gives 0. Bill Simpson 02/20/13 4:08pm
Re: If same element exists in a list, gives 0. yehuda 02/21/13 3:08pm
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