From the page: "As computer security expert Ben Laurie has stated, Sudoku is "a denial of service attack on human intellect""
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I love the quote :)
From the page: "Why did I do this? As computer security expert Ben Laurie has stated, Sudoku is "a denial of service attack on human intellect". My wife was infected by the virus, and I wanted to convince here that the problem had been solved and didn't need any more of her time. It didn't work for her, but at least one other person has told me it worked for them, so I've made the world more productive."
not really surprised at how easy this is to solve; good job actually doing it tho :)
From the page: "Solving Every Sudoku Puzzle"
Interesting take on how to logically build a program that will solve Sudoku puzzles by using two techniques together to drastically reduce the number of solutions it has to try to get it right. Good commentary, and well explained.
The program is quite interesting, but sudoku just shits me. Pretencious "Look how smart I am!" types love it.
This is pretty slick. There are other ways to solve Sudoku problems as well, but I don't think I have seen one that can solve the hardest puzzles in 100 lines of code. Now to port this over to assembler, and get 500 of the hardest puzzles every second solved. hehe
I've never really been attracted to Suduko puzzles - I think this is why: you can write a program to solve them... So now I don't need to worry about Suduko puzzles because I can look up a program to solve them.
Is that wierd?
Python script for solving every Sudoku puzzle