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On Thu, 12 Aug 2004 19:06:27 +0900
Jani Monoses <jani / iv.ro> wrote:

> > AbStruct
> > HasTrucked
> > MissTrucked
> 
> grep -i struct /usr/share/dict/words
> 

That wouldn't give you anything with "truck" and "abstruct"/"abstract"
wouldn't turn up either...

> beat this :)

Why would I? I never thought this was a competition...

I'm very impressed that you can use grep and the case-insensitive switch
to search in an ASCII-file, but I fail to see where the humour comes
in... Sorry. :-\

	Madsen

-- 
 Anders K. Madsen --- http://lillesvin.linux.dk

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 Those who understand binary - and those who don't."


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