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>by Christer Nilsson
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>You have a starting point and a target, say 2 and 9.
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>You have a set of three operations:
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>	double
>	halve    (Odd numbers cannot be halved.)
>	add_two
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>Problem: Move from the starting point to the target, minimizing the number of
>operations.
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>	Examples:
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>	solve(2,9)  # => [2,4,8,16,18,9]
>	solve(9,2)  # => [9,18,20,10,12,6,8,4,2]
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This was really a nice riddle.
I learned much about understanding and implementing a BFS algo.
Thank you for that.

But I waited for the new riddle to appear :\
I guess I have to wait another few days.
But please don't say 'Tomorrow\'s quiz is about..' and similar.
Well I was bored today :>

I get an 403, when I try to touch /quiz61.html from rubyquiz.com
Maybe it's is correct that I get that response, maybe not.

Don't let us wait too long for that dice riddle :>

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With kind regards from Duesseldorf, Germany
Robert "Mr. Overheadman" Retzbach