??. Please some one explain me the problem
I cann't bear so weird question! why 42?
42 is the ultimate answer to life,universe and everything.--- The Hitchhiker's Guide to the galaxy!
I wish there is a "dislike" opinion.
That's nice! Btw I dont understand how to get less then 13.
Honestly, I solved it only because it kept reappearing on my list.
In the spirit of troublemaking: I think the solution should accept text input, e.g. "forty-two"
Really weird question!
42. do not add zero after 2
Is it necessary to know about "The hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy" to solve this problem or it has a different logic behind the solution?
If it doesn't have a different logic, I have to say it was a boring problem.
The Ultimate Question:
What do you get if you multiply 6 by 9?
42 is the Matlab score for this solution
This user (mohamed elbesealy) appears to have gamed the system, with fraudulent "likes" of this unremarkable solution submitted by 'sock-puppet' accounts. —DIV
You need to read the book, or at least watch the movie to get it.
Why have you compared x with '42' specifically?
@Disha: see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/42_(number)#The_Hitchhiker.27s_Guide_to_the_Galaxy
ahahaha. The question is "what do you get if you multiply six by nine?"
I don't get it... really weird..
I'm pretty sure I'm a geek,but the answer still baffles me...
l don't understand what the problem mean
@sea knowledge: The solution to this problem requires some knowledge that is commonly held in the geek community. The problem title and the template solution have some hints.
An optimistic solution!
Ironic? Or does Douglas Adams know ASCII>?
What is the next step in Conway's Life?
Area of a Square
Add offset to a signal
So many choices
Maintain shape of logical-index mask
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