[r-t] Mobile methods

Andrew Tibbetts ajwxyzt at hotmail.com
Fri Sep 24 16:52:01 UTC 2004

plain bob is great as well

>From: "Robin Hall" <halls at twiddlepin.org.uk>
>Reply-To: ringing-theory at bellringers.net
>To: <ringing-theory at bellringers.net>
>Subject: [r-t] Mobile methods
>Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2004 16:38:46 +0100
>Apologies for deviating from the staple diet of the list, but it is Friday 
>afternoon ...
>Some time ago after a peal of xxx (a familiar Surprise Major method), 
>someone told me that what he thought was good about xxx was that every 
>place bell traversed the whole change. We couldn't think of any other 
>methods with that property, but agreed that it is a property you might want 
>to include if you were to define the requirements of a 'perfect' method.
>In an idle moment or two, I've just run an exhaustive search over the rung 
>Surprise Major methods to produce a list of methods with this property. 
>Interestingly xxx doesn't feature in the list, as I decided that the lead 
>should be from lead head to lead end inclusive, rather than from the row 
>after the lead head to the next lead head.
>Guess the identity of xxx and guess how many methods do fit the bill.
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