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|This is a short Python script written by Nate, James, and me (but mostly Nate). It was written as part of a Coder Dojo challenge at a recent Christchurch Python Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/NZPUG-Christchurch/|
|The goal of the challenge was to hack up a wee app to create the chain of valid dictionary words between any two words of the same length, in which each link of the chain only allowed a single letter|
|to change. This code works, but depends on you having a british-english dictionary on your system - ours was on an Ubuntu-based system (probably same for Debian or Mint).|
|It depends on Python 2.7.x and allows you to specify two words of the same length and relatively efficiently creates the word-chain between them (assuming that a chain exists for those given words).|
|Further opimisations would be useful and welcome!|
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