Calculating dubs, trips, quads, quints...
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I've managed to extract this information from 4chan:
> newest reply
> thread in which is newest reply
> oldest thread
I want to calculate how many dubs, trips, quads and so on there are.
How do I do that without iterating through each number from oldest thread to newest reply individually?
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Do you need to be born in to the science elite? Triplets, all of them enter MIT at the same time.
>Claire, Christopher and Edward Goul were all accepted into the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and will start their college careers in the fall.
>“From an early age, they showed a real interest in learning about math and science,” their father, Richard Goul, told ABC News. “They all had exceptional teachers, starting in elementary school, that helped them figure out what fields they wanted to pursue.”
>Claire, Christopher and Edward look up to MIT so much partly because their grandfather taught mathematics there in the 1950s, their dad said. “They always knew it was an exceptional institution because of their grandfather,” Richard Goul, 57, said. “He would always tell them math stories and teach them equations growing up.”
>Goul, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge, attended the University of Southern California and Loyola Law School. His wife, Karen, attended the University of California at Irvine and Loyola Law School and works as a Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney.
>Claire, Christopher and Edward are graduating from Sage Hill High School the first week of June.
Reminds me of that Google founder having a father that belonged to the first CS class ever.