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10:37 AM
Can you make the number 29 from the numbers 1,2,3,4 using +-*/ and each number exactly once?
You can use brackets as much as you like
11:01 AM
@Anush no "hi all"?! :)
@ngn hi all
time is in reverse :)
@ngn do you think it's possible?
it's very close the the four 4s question so I am not sure I can pose it on main
13     +-
  )   (  )
 4      *
2)))   /
@Anush ^ there, "29" :)
that is hard to read :)
oh I see :)
very nice
@Anush is this for pe 93?
oh no it wasn't! It was homework for a child :)
from that question I am guessing 29 is not possible
thanks that is a really good find
it's not really clear to me how to brute force it
11:14 AM
@Anush i have solutions in k for pe 1..100 here
for this particular problem: try all possible parenthesizations × all possible choices of 3 from +-*/
× permutations of 1234
11:52 AM
But it's not possible for 29 so what does it mean?
@ngn what do you get for 29?
@Anush well, all of my answers are correct, so i guess the authors of that problem were right about 29
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12:13 PM
Could you let me know what solution you have for 29?
@ngn could you let me know your solution for 29?
@Anush well, i mean there isn't one. the problem says: "1 to 28 can be obtained before encountering the first non-expressible number"
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Oh ok. I didn't understand you meant when you said all your answers are correct
@Anush authors
What does authors mean?
12:24 PM
@Anush above i wrote "the authors of that problem we right", not "the answers .."
ok.. i also said "answers" but that's answers to project euler problems
anyway, if they say there's no way to shuffle 1234+-*/ and get 29, there very likely isn't
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1:31 PM
@Anush Can you evaluate 2x-1 using +-*/ exactly once?
You can use brackets and the symbol x as much as you like. (This puzzle is invented by sporeball, so credits to him.)
2:09 PM
@Anush 2⁴⁺¹-3 = 29
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4:14 PM
Very nice
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4:47 PM
Anyone know of any format string vulnerabilities in Python?
@NewMainPosts I'm trying to build an eval / exec without using any lower-case letters, and that seems a promising direction. I've already got access to most of the letters, but I don't have any keywords – nor any way to get __dict__ access.
Hang on. f-strings give you arbitrary attribute access. Thanks, TNB rubber ducky!
5:16 PM
Okay… they don't, unless you can catch them at compile-time. I am once again asking for your assistance.

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