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enumeration.txt is a description of how to calculate these frequency distributions, with examples. A more detailed explanation is available on my blog.
enumeration.pl is a Perl code library for calculation the distributions.
tabulate-coins and tabulate-dice are small programs that use the enumeration.pl library to generate complete tables for up to 12 dice and 20 coins.
tabulate-dice.cgi is a CGI program I wrote for the blog article that tabulates and displays a distribution in a web browser. When invoked, it displays a form that one can use to interrogate it.
Dice and Coins are the complete tables for up to 12 dice and 20 coins.
I hereby place all this code in the public domain.
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