I had been looking for a reason to use my google api key. Along the way, I picked up Jillian's key also. This program uses both keys (i hope that's cool with google). They are passed on to the program through an initializing file (not included with the source of this).
Creates strings (groups aplhanumeric chars [a-z] separated by spaces. Google doesn't case-differentiate. Plans of including digits.
The software is in uncompiled perl. The ouput is meant to go to the web directly and is in html. When you run the program, you need to pass as argument an initializing file in this format:
The population is initialized from this file. If you want it initialized from another file, you have to hack my code (which you're probably going to need to do anyhow).
The program will also put another file on your ftp server (Population.html) where you can see the population in a human readable print;
Gives back a number between 0 and 100 Calculated a polynomial with these factors:
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