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How to recognize broken candies from whole ones [closed]
Let's say I have a bag full of sugar candy. Some will be whole, some will be dent, some will be broken (in part, or half, etc). Let's say I have a device with an input box where I empty the bag, and ...
Aug 21 '12 at 13:57
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