Write a function that will output a chain of consecutive characters, given 2 letters as input. It has to work backwards too. Examples:
>> get_char_list('a', 'f')
>> get_char_list('p', 'q')
>> get_char_list('x', 't')
beautiful way to control the sequence.
but when it comes to: first='b',last='a', it seems bit of tricky...maybe plus a number less than 1?
@Bainhome Good catch.
Reverse Run-Length Encoder
Swap the input arguments
Make a random, non-repeating vector.
What number has this problem?
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