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Waldo's Been Found In The PI

Jan 31, 2009, 07:02 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mike Tremell)

[ Thanks to Mike Golvach for this link. ]

"Apologies for the picture as my editor couldn't deal with the length of the line and insisted on chopping it up into bits. The numbers were in order, so all that was necessary to get the entire string without spaces was doing simple deletion of all the space characters.

"Of course, there was only supposed to be one answer, but, if you're among the many who found Waldo all over the place, I guess we can count that, too. Although I wasn't specific, I assumed a knowledge of Waldo that wasn't shared by everyone (He's a goofy bastard that likes to hide in large crowds of people wearing a silly hat ;) No matter. For instance, many folks posited that any number could represent Waldo (just as a picture - a singular thing - of a cat could represent the three letters C, A and T). This is logically valid, and those of you who took that position are probably still laid out by Waldo-overload ;)"

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