On 2020-01-31 09:44, mark via Digitalmars-d-learn wrote: I can't use the levenshtien distance because although it is a better solution, [...] Nah, it isn't, sorry for the noise, should have slept before sending the message, was thinking of hamming distance: auto a = "abcd"; auto b =
I forgot to mention: I know it isn't worth bothering with const/immutable for this tiny example. But I want to learn how to write large D programs, so I need to get into the right habits and know the right things.
Thanks for your implementation. I can't use the levenshtien distance because although it is a better solution, I want to keep the implementation as compatible with those in the other languages as possible. Your main() is much shorter than mine, but doesn't match the behaviour (and again I
From one noob to another: Not much of a difference, but levenshteinDistance seems to be a good fit here. About as fast as your solution, slightly lower memory usage. byCodeUnit/byChar might shave off a few more ms. For small scripts like these I'm usually not even bothering with const