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sickfile wrote:
i could have never thought of the solution you found on the internet.

I honestly didn't find that on the Internet. I really did think of the code myself.
The key to getting to that answer was thinking about the fact that you really just needed:
1. the list of all the values >0
2. the same number of zeroes at the end of the list (which are contained in the array)


sickfile wrote:
it's brilliant.

Shucks | :-\ Blush | :O

Youre one-liners are very interesting. JS does allow you to do some interesting things grammatically. Smile | :)
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