#### finding the longest word made by concatenating other words from a list

Given a list of words, this Python program finds the longest word that can be made by concatenating other words from the list. For example, given the input ["cat", "cats ", "dog", "dogs", "pig", "pigs"], the output would be "catsdogspigs".

#### Problem

```Given a list of words, find the longest word that can be made by concatenating other words from the list.
Example input:
words = ["cat", "cats", "dog", "dogs", "pig", "pigs"]
Example output:
"catsdogspigs"```

#### Solution

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```# Solution:
# The optimal solution is to sort the list of words by length, and then iterate through the list, checking if the word can be made by concatenating other words from the list.
# This solution is optimal because it only requires one pass through the list of words, and the sorting is done in O(n log n) time.

def longest_word(words):
words.sort(key=len, reverse=True)
for word in words:
if can_make_word(word, words):
return word
return None

def can_make_word(word, words):
if len(word) == 0:
return True
for i in range(1, len(word) + 1):
if word[:i] in words and can_make_word(word[i:], words):
return True
return False

words = ["cat", "cats", "dog", "dogs", "pig", "pigs"]
print(longest_word(words))```

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Evaluated at: 2022-11-10 06:17:21