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So the first Test is done and dusted with. Contrary to all expectations (including mine), it ended in a draw. You cannot rule out the fact that the weather did play a factor in the ultimate result (either way??). However it was very refreshing to see an Indian team not fold up and play dead after Dravid and Tendulkar got out in the same over. A superb knock by Ganguly, great supporting role by Laxman and some bit-roles by the tail got us a lead against Australia, something unthinkable of after the first day. Zaheer and Agarkar bowled splendidly, but were assisted by some brain dead batting and running by Australia. Next stop is at Adelaide. Something tells me Harbhajan and Kumble will both play and will do well in fact. Its a ground where Michael Bevan has taken 10 wickets in a Test. I rest my case.
Link of the day
Some chap with absolutely loads of time (or just too keen) has implemented algorithms to solve the Towers of Hanoi problem in 108 different programming languages. Here is the Slashdot discussion.
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