“The Square Root of Wonderful” was the name of play on Broadway.
If each letter in WONDERFUL stands for a different digit (zero excluded) and if OODDF, using the same code, represents the square root, then what is the square root of WONDERFUL?
(In reply to re(2): Not Quite Pencil and Paper
"You've started with the concept of 3300² going to 10 digits? Then you've worked backwards?"
" To the selfsame tune and words"...
i.e. Exactly so
The digits 0 , 1 ,5 , 6 , could not be replaced by F since "wonderful " ends by L and not by F.
So I hit the right answer in the 8th trial.
Faster that any computer solution (program creation is time consuming)