Please vote for your favorite entry in this semester's 61A Recursion Exposition contest. The winner should exemplify the principles of elegance, beauty, and abstraction that are prized in the Berkeley computer science curriculum. As an academic community, we should strive to recognize and reward merit and achievement (translation: please don't just vote for your friends).
In order to vote, complete and submit hw13.py. Voting is due on Friday, December 7, 5pm.
Like these triangles Your grades point ever upward When you learn from John
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Right angles are many but fewer and fewer Whil recursion stays plenty
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Two CS Partners Blue and Gold Traverse the Bridge Over the Abyss
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What lies under Earth? A great turtle rests below, On turtles down down.
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Sally could have sold More seashells if she had not Sold by the seashore
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Gather ye rosebuds while ye may, Old time is still a-flying, Carpe diem
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Oh how I wished My grade did not drop deep down Into this black hole.
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Flowers of Turkey Simple, Elegant and Pure I just drew circles
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This is beautiful. =)
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Lévy's recursion Renders Cal at Cal deeper than our John's humor
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Juan, I may not be. 420 in Cal, It is. Mary Juan, why not?
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Carried like a god, The weight of all this power! My shell feels heavy...
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Forced Turtle Labor- That is where we draw the line. Scheme to save turtles.
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Around and around, never sure where he will go, Langton's Ant wanders.
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