Substitute the red numerals, 0 to 9, with a unique letter to form five 4-letter words which read in the direction of the arrows; the 5 vowels (A,E I, O and U) are to occupy the inner "ring" of the pentagram.
No one specific solution is sought but please attempt to offer words that are in common usage.
It has amazed me for so long how Charlie manages to accomplish a vast range of solutions from his computer listings.
Do I understand that, for instance in this case, something like a "Scrabble" 4-letter listing was used for the input? The output is fine for me.
In Forums I posted a reference to QB64
. I'd be interested to see routines/functions (depending upon how your term them in your structured languages) added to this thread. Might I be just the only interested one? I hope not.
Posted by brianjn
on 2011-12-28 19:12:43