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    The CoRY function

    June 26, 2016 by JCoPTRE

    The cory function is designed as such:

    C[a1,a2,a3...an] = C[a1^C[a1,a2,a3...,an-1],a2^....an-1]

    C[a1,a2,a3...,an, 0] = C[a1,a2,a3...,an]

    C[a] = a

    The key to this function is that every element of the function grows exponentially with itself except for the last element, which always decreases.


    Let's run through some steps of this:

    C[1,1,1] = 1

    C[2,2,2]

    = C[2^C[2,2,1]^C[2,2,1],1] 

    = C[2^C[2^C[2,2,1]^C[2,2,1],1],2^C[2^C[2,2,1]^C[2,2,1],1],0]

    C[2^C[2^C[2,2,1]^C[2,2,1],1],2^C[2^C[2,2,1]^C[2,2,1],1]]

    C[2^C[2^C[2,2,1]^C[2,2,1],1]^C[2^C[2^C[2,2,1]^C[2,2,1],1],2^C[2^C[2,2,1]^C[2,2,1]]

    = BIG NUMBER

    this is kinda similar to the ackermann function except better

    and much less famous

    and much less creative

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