A "Possibly easy for you, but hard for me" Question about Sudoku


by webtry
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webtry
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Dec28-06, 04:38 PM
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How to calculate the maximum number of valid patterns on a 9x9 Sudoku board?

I was coding a flash application which is basically a "sudoku solver". This question is not related with qhat I'm doing but just curious.

Please, generalize your answers to NxN boards also, if you can.
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EmilK
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Dec29-06, 05:31 AM
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Wolfram MathWorld has a pretty interesting entry about Sudoku. There are also a couple of noteworthy references to read as well.


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