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 Google Maps Epic Fail Shameel29-Jan-13 4:14 Shameel 29-Jan-13 4:14
 Re: Google Maps Epic Fail Bergholt Stuttley Johnson29-Jan-13 4:17 Bergholt Stuttley Johnson 29-Jan-13 4:17
 Re: Google Maps Epic Fail Mark_Wallace29-Jan-13 21:30 Mark_Wallace 29-Jan-13 21:30
 On Cheating and Hard-Coding Ennis Ray Lynch, Jr.29-Jan-13 3:30 Ennis Ray Lynch, Jr. 29-Jan-13 3:30
 Re: On Cheating and Hard-Coding Rage29-Jan-13 3:47 Rage 29-Jan-13 3:47
 Re: On Cheating and Hard-Coding PIEBALDconsult29-Jan-13 4:07 PIEBALDconsult 29-Jan-13 4:07
 Re: On Cheating and Hard-Coding Naerling29-Jan-13 20:47 Naerling 29-Jan-13 20:47
 Re: On Cheating and Hard-Coding englebart30-Jan-13 2:26 englebart 30-Jan-13 2:26
 I did something similar for a rules based engine (Drool) to solve Sudoku problems.I was trying to model the way I like to solve sudoku vs. brute force depth search.Each number square was "hardcoded" into row, column, and 3x3 square containers.I stopped working on it when I realized I needed to add more levels of nesting for some tricks I perform with triples and pairs of triples referenced across squares, rows, and columns.It could solve most 1 star games without trouble and emit a very nice explanation of the squares and the techniques that were used at each step.There is probably some way to model this idea with an n-dimensional space, but it was starting to look like work instead of play.I just googled "sudoku tesseract" and found a few discussions that really get into this. I know there was an open source sudoku solver in java that worked very well.
 Re: On Cheating and Hard-Coding RafagaX31-Jan-13 4:34 RafagaX 31-Jan-13 4:34
 Too Smart For My Own Good GenJerDan29-Jan-13 3:29 GenJerDan 29-Jan-13 3:29
 Re: Too Smart For My Own Good Rage29-Jan-13 3:46 Rage 29-Jan-13 3:46
 Re: Too Smart For My Own Good ChrisElston29-Jan-13 3:53 ChrisElston 29-Jan-13 3:53
 Re: Too Smart For My Own Good GenJerDan29-Jan-13 15:26 GenJerDan 29-Jan-13 15:26
 Re: Too Smart For My Own Good GenJerDan29-Jan-13 3:55 GenJerDan 29-Jan-13 3:55
 Re: Too Smart For My Own Good Stewart Judson29-Jan-13 4:19 Stewart Judson 29-Jan-13 4:19
 Re: Too Smart For My Own Good PIEBALDconsult29-Jan-13 3:54 PIEBALDconsult 29-Jan-13 3:54
 Re: Too Smart For My Own Good deflinek29-Jan-13 4:12 deflinek 29-Jan-13 4:12
 Re: Too Smart For My Own Good Chris Quinn29-Jan-13 4:18 Chris Quinn 29-Jan-13 4:18
 Re: Too Smart For My Own Good OriginalGriff29-Jan-13 5:14 OriginalGriff 29-Jan-13 5:14
 Re: Too Smart For My Own Good Chris Quinn29-Jan-13 5:18 Chris Quinn 29-Jan-13 5:18
 Re: Too Smart For My Own Good OriginalGriff29-Jan-13 5:25 OriginalGriff 29-Jan-13 5:25
 Re: Too Smart For My Own Good Colin Mullikin29-Jan-13 4:19 Colin Mullikin 29-Jan-13 4:19
 Re: Too Smart For My Own Good Jörgen Andersson29-Jan-13 8:36 Jörgen Andersson 29-Jan-13 8:36
 Re: Too Smart For My Own Good Naerling29-Jan-13 20:51 Naerling 29-Jan-13 20:51
 Re: Too Smart For My Own Good kevinpelgrims31-Jan-13 3:17 kevinpelgrims 31-Jan-13 3:17
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