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# Christopher Lucas cwlucas41

Last active Apr 26, 2022
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### Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

• I am cwlucas41 on github.
• I am cwlucas41 (https://keybase.io/cwlucas41) on keybase.
• I have a public key ASCEWDEfRRUxyX1c9ib90EvO_Q3nY1UNuh16pDsDkQ9pygo

To claim this, I am signing this object:

Last active Jan 15, 2022 — forked from colmmacc/wordle-cribs.md
Wordle Letter Frequency Cribs
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# Wordle Letter Frequency Table

If you're used to solving cryptic puzzles, or deciphering texts using crypt-analytical cribs, it can be useful to know the relative frequency of letters in the distribution of words. Wordle has a built-in list of 5-letter words. That list isn't the same as all of the five letter words in the dictionary, or even only the common ones. Perfectly common words like 'tudor' are omitted. This gist contains a few useful tables that are worth familiarizing yourself with if you want to solve wordle puzzles logically.

## The raw frequency of each letter

Last active Dec 6, 2020
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 from __future__ import division from itertools import permutations powers=[1, 2, 3, 4, 5] for power_perm in list(permutations(powers)): elec = power_perm[0] dupl = power_perm[1] mstr = power_perm[2]