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#101414 - 2003-05-28 08:59 AM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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Hmmm...

That part is a bit faster in my version:

code:
KiXtart
KiXtart Version = 4.20
KiXGolf Script = kixgolf_moan.kix

Computer
OS = Windows 2000 Professional
CPU = Intel Pentium III
Speed = 730 MHz
Memory = 382 MB

KiXGolf Scoring Engine
Scoring Engine = 3.0.3

KiXtart Golf Score
Tournament = KiXtart Golf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
Processing Start = 2003/05/28 09:05:27.533
Processing End = 2003/05/28 09:05:27.627
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:00.094
# Loops = 1
KiXGolf Result = failed (6 out of 9 correct)
KiXGolf Score = 538

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#101415 - 2003-05-28 09:29 AM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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quote:
Yes, that's correct. I believe you actually have to use contiguous bits as this is how CIDR is defined.
Just wanted to clarify, as the rules stated that "old style 4 octet" representation was acceptable, which of course allows for non-contiguous bit masks.

[ 28. May 2003, 09:30: Message edited by: Richard H. ]

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#101416 - 2003-05-29 12:55 AM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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Pat, you must be using the same approach I did to have that speed. Lonk likes brute force so that he can take a cat nap while testing. [Wink]

Just as long as you add 330 strokes to get the last tests complete I'll be happy. [Big Grin]

[ 28. May 2003, 12:56: Message edited by: Howard Bullock ]
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#101417 - 2003-05-28 02:47 PM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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Scribbling on paper now... Got a new approach...

330 strokes??? Hmmm... Guess it will be more [Mad]
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#101418 - 2003-05-28 03:21 PM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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paper could be smart...
I added some logic to mine to make it more speedy.
well, it seems to take even more time...
it was like 2hours and now seems to be 3hours.
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#101419 - 2003-05-28 03:25 PM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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Richard: Yes, four-octet representation is allowed, too. I've checked RFC950, which defines subnet masks. It does state
quote:
subnet bits need not be contiguous
However, I have yet to see a non-contigous subnetmask used at all, I can't even find examples or why it sould/should not be used. See http://rfc.net/rfc950.html for details. Thus, with regards to this KiXgolf subnet masks will consist of contiguous bits.
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#101420 - 2003-05-28 03:29 PM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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Thank you thank you!! [Big Grin] \

Richard, you trying to give me an ulcer? [Wink]
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#101421 - 2003-05-28 03:42 PM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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Heh heh [Wink]

I dimly recall a theoretical use for non contiguous netmasks for improving routing solutions, but to be honest I don't know of any installation in practice.

I think that most modern routing protocols abhor them too.

Jus' playin' Devils Advocate. ];/p

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#101422 - 2003-05-28 03:46 PM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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Now that you've confessed to be very familiar with subnetting, I do have to ask: Where's your KiXgolf code? [Wink]
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#101423 - 2003-05-28 03:53 PM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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Sadly due to timezones and public holidays I didn't get to see the challenge 'till yesterday, and workload means I won't get an opportunity to participate.

Besides, it's far more fun worrying Howard.

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#101424 - 2003-05-28 04:20 PM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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This is making me nervous. Am I the only one with working code? Or is someone out there sitting with code and a better score waiting for Friday to post it? [Confused]
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#101425 - 2003-05-28 04:26 PM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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Joeel has code but his take 3 hours to complete, thus he can only change one thing and has to wait another three hours to see whether it works. [Big Grin]
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#101426 - 2003-05-28 07:01 PM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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why shouldn't it work [Wink]

jens is right but will see...
have my drinks later on so will have such a burst in brainpower that might have awesome score today...

problem is that subnetmask of 254 makes problems with my new method.

so will probably end up with even longer code than the one before had.
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#101427 - 2003-05-28 08:31 PM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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No working code yet...

Still fighting with IP's and subnets...
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#101428 - 2003-05-28 08:38 PM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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Come on guys, you are starting to make my head swell. [Big Grin]

No competition it seems. [Cool]

[ 28. May 2003, 20:38: Message edited by: Howard Bullock ]
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#101429 - 2003-05-28 09:05 PM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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I'm still unable to compete.
I can make up a code but once it goes over 1000 I rather skip it.
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#101430 - 2003-05-28 11:41 PM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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I'd compete, but I started getting migranes looking at this crap on Saturday. [Roll Eyes] [Razz] [Wink]

[ 28. May 2003, 23:41: Message edited by: Chris S. ]

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#101431 - 2003-05-29 02:08 AM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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Come on guys, there's not even real math involved.
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#101432 - 2003-05-29 03:28 AM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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Howard: I've started coding! 1500 strokes with no variable optimization and five correct tests.

And to start getting some more people interested, here's an interesting way to generate a consecutive number of zeros or ones. In my case I was looking for a way to generate 32 consecutive 0s as a string.
code:
 $zeros=substr(formatnumber(0,32),3)
$ones=substr(formatnumber(1.0/9,16),3)
$ones=$ones+$ones



[ 29. May 2003, 03:30: Message edited by: sealeopard ]
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#101433 - 2003-05-29 04:56 AM Re: KiXgolf: MOAN - Mother Of All Networks
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Ahh, getting there, 1769 with 7 of 9 correct. Will work onthe last two tomorrow evening, just the IP address arrays left and then the cleanup.

[ 29. May 2003, 04:58: Message edited by: sealeopard ]
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