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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Perhaps using a nested array that indexes one character at a time would help. Each array would have a counter (to count the number of words that matched this far in) and 26 refs to additional arrays. There would be 3 starting arrays - one counts words that begin with a substring, one counts words that end with a (reversed) substring, and one counts words that contain a substring. The following does this. (However, this code does not tell you which words can be used to provide a traversal - the reversible