Is the '/' character supposed to have two different mappings? As that makes things much more complicated...
Actually it makes impossible to solve for some cases. For instance we can never know if the number 2536 is truly the number 2536 or if it is the word kilo except by the context of some phrase (human comprehension). All solutions use some nongeneral trick to identify such cases.
String substitution, sub problem to cryptoMath
Insert zeros into vector
Create Volcano (or Atoll) martix. It is an extension of Bullseye matrix problem.
Another colon problem
Create an index-powered vector
Matrix to column conversion
Best Fit RMS
Given an input string, generate a variable name out of it
Who is the baby and who is the daddy in this family?
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