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Programming Enigma Puzzles
From New Scientist #1821, 16th May 1992 [link]
An “absolute difference triangle” is a triangle of numbers such that each number below the top row os equal to the absolute value of the difference of the two numbers above it. For example:
In the following one, letters have been substituted for digits in the top row, with different letters being consistently used throughout for different digits. Stars may have any value:
If I own up and tell you that OWN is a perfect cube and ONE (as you might expect) is a perfect square, then what is ENIGMATIC?