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PentaWord 3 - Vowel Ring (Posted on 2011-12-28) Difficulty: 4 of 5
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.

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Tutorials? | Comment 3 of 5 |
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
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