["The Baron"]: Seek out the little ones gaurded by exactly three big ones on each side.
What "ones"? Are you talking about individual letters maybe? Or something else? And what makes something "big" or "little"? Upper and lower case? So far the main challenge here seems to be figuring out what the question is...
Also "The": Please take a moment to read our display name policy and then edit your display name to something that complies (i.e. a first name and a last name, with a space in between). Thanks. [ May 08, 2005: Message edited by: Jim Yingst ]
well, the question ISN't find a string in the form 111222111 where '1' is an upper case letter and '2' is the corresponding lower case value. Nor is it find a letter such that '111'...'222'...'111' exists, where 1 and 2 are defined above. Maybe we reverse the definition of big and little?
Originally posted by The Baron: Seek out the little ones gaurded by exactly three big ones on each side.
This most probably means searching for 1 (one) lower case surrounded by exactly 3 uppercase characters like: aBBBcDDDe This can easily be found with this regular expression [a-z][A-Z][A-Z][A-Z][a-z][A-Z][A-Z][A-Z][a-z]
When you do this you find a readable word.
In Java: [ May 09, 2005: Message edited by: Peter van de Riet ]
Each number system has exactly 10 different digits.