Van Eck Sequence
The rules of the Van Eck sequence are as follows:
- The first term is zero.
- If the last term is new then the next term is zero.
- Otherwise the next term is how far back the term occurred previously.
The first few terms are as follows:
0 (using a) 0 0 (using b) 0 0 1 (using c) 0 0 1 0 (using b) 0 0 1 0 2 (using c)
Print the first 1,000 terms of the Van Eck sequence, with each term on a new line.
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