Write a function, `stairmaster(n)`

, that will compute the number of ways to climb a flight of `n`

steps, taking `1`

, `2`

, or `3`

steps at a time.

Take the example of climbing `n = 4`

steps. There are seven different ways one can climb four stairs using 1, 2, or 3 steps at a time: `[1,1,1,1] [2,1,1] [1,2,1] [1,1,2] [2,2] [1,3] [3,1]`

.

Make sure to find all permutations, not combinations, as the order matters. Climbing one step then two steps is different from climbing two steps then one step.

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