[seqfan] Re: most obscure OEIS code ever?

Simon Plouffe simon.plouffe at gmail.com
Thu Jul 1 15:09:56 CEST 2010

sorry, but this resembles a kind of joke in smiley language
more thana real program,

(my own opinion), I don't see the point of
having sequences coded in that kind of
cryptic language.

for example for n!, one can give an example
of a very short C, or whatever language that
would produce the sequence, that's ok. but
to have a sequence that has only that is not
a good idea. ... Some perl programs can be
made impossible to decode, this is a useless
we need the name, the ref. something to
sitck to what is known.
(end of personal comment).

best regards,

Simon Plouffe

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