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99 Bottles of Beer was submitted to Tim Robinson's collection in 1997 by Malcolm Austin. It appears there in A+'s ASCII form. Here it uses the A+ font.


Here's a variant of uniq(1) that does not require sorted input. However, trailing blanks are ignored on input and likely added on output and most grievously, standard input is ignored. APL programmers surely won't like the iteration. Bummed? Rewrite it and send it back.

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