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authorPatrick Spek <p.spek@tyil.nl>2022-01-18 14:16:39 +0100
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@@ -19,13 +19,13 @@ I will show solutions to some challenges to show the differences. I hope that I
can show that Perl doesn't have to be the "write only" language that many
people make it out to be.
-{< admonition title="note" >}
+{{< admonition title="note" >}}
I am _much_ more proficient in the Perl 6 programming language than in Python
(2 or 3), so I might not always use the most optimal solutions in the Python
variants. Suggestions are welcome via email, though I most likely won't update
this post with better solutions. I ofcourse also welcome feedback on the Perl 6
solutions!
-{< / admonition >}
+{{< / admonition >}}
## Challenges
@@ -102,11 +102,11 @@ sub simple-array-sum (@ar) {
}
```
-{< admonition title="note" >}
+{{< admonition title="note" >}}
After publishing this post I have learned that both Python 3 and Perl 6 have a
`.sum` function that can also be called on the array, simplifying the code in
both languages.
-{< / admonition >}
+{{< / admonition >}}
### Compare the Triplets
@@ -153,10 +153,10 @@ Both of these loops could use a `continue` (or `next` in Perl 6) to skip the
second `if` in case the first `if` was true, but for readability I chose not
to.
-{< admonition title="note" >}
+{{< admonition title="note" >}}
After publishing this post I learned that Python 3 also supports the inline if
syntax, just like Perl 6, so I could've used this in Python 3 as well.
-{< / admonition >}
+{{< / admonition >}}
### A Very Big Sum
@@ -368,11 +368,11 @@ sub birthday-cake-candles (@ar) {
}
```
-{< admonition title="note" >}
+{{< admonition title="note" >}}
On IRC, someone showed me a clean solution in Python 3: `return
ar.count(max(ar))`. This feels like a much cleaner solution than what I had
created.
-{< / admonition >}
+{{< / admonition >}}
### Time Conversion