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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I thought about the same thing a while ago. I didn't manage to code it using Q::S, so I ended up writing a simple implementation i.e. guessing and checking the constraints.

    If you got an implementation using Q::S I'd really like to see it; maybe you could post it here.

    PS: Could you post a link to the solver using bit vectors? That one sounds interesting too.

    Thanks
    Martin
    • The Q::S implementation that I qualified as "just a bit vector": SuDoKu Solver [perlmonks.org]. I don't know if you agree with that. A literal vector implementation could be faster than Q::S, as there'd be less overhead, etc.

      I haven't worked on this much since my original post, and I haven't made any breakthroughs with Q::S on it. I got distracted into AI::Prolog, which also looks interesting. I guess I'm more interested in how to ask the question (ala Prolog) than what the answer actually looks like.

      Perhaps your inter

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      -QM

      Quantum Mechanics: The dreams stuff is made of