Return the first N perfect squares
input = 4;
output = [ 1 4 9 16 ];
Yes,I know that there is a much simpler way to solve this one but I thought it would be fun to reuse my code from Problem 46, Which Doors are Open?
I have seen this type of solution several times, and it is completely counter to the spirit of Cody. It is no different than an EVAL statement. :(
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Return the Nth Output from an Input Command
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